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World Clock Deluxe 4.5 adds 190 cities

updated 05:20 pm EST, Mon January 28, 2008

World Clock Deluxe 4.5

MaBaSoft today released World Clock Deluxe 4.5, a software-based time tool that displays multiple clocks in a horizontal or vertical palette. World Clock Deluxe 4.5 adds 190 cities to the database which include Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Indonesia, Marshall Islands, Mexico, Mongolia, Portugal, Russia, Saint Barthélemy, Saint Martin, Ukraine, United States, US Minor Outlying Islands and Uzbekistan. Weather Clock Deluxe is priced at $20 and requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later.

The revision also adds five time zones, updates Venezuela's offset from UTC, and corrects the geographical coordinates of Havana, Cuba as well as Hobart/TAS Australia.

World Clock Deluxe shows coordinated universal time as well as internet time, assigning labels and colors to clocks and calculating date and time conversions across different time zones while showing the current weather across the globe.

MaBaSoft's latest release updates DST information for several countries, re-introduces daylight-savings time in 2008 for Argentina as well as Iran, and shows a progress window while updating cities. A bug that caused menu bar shortcuts to activate is fixed, and some other minor bugs are repaired.




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