Tables 1.5 update
Daniel Schwill on Wednesday released the latest version of his data spreadsheet application for the Mac, Tables 1.5. New features include a new cell format for currency, an additional region setting for the cell format, optimized layout for pie charts, and a LinkBack support as a client application. The update also includes changes to the OpenDocument format, that lead to improved import of documents, and the integration of a new exporter. Lastly, the update had made it possible for the default style for new documents to be changed, and has added support for multitouch-trackpad gesture swipe to switch the sheet.
Tables 1.4 released
Independent coder Daniel Schwill has released v1.4 of his Tables data spreadsheet program. A variety of important changes have been made: among these are new cell options, allowing merged and protected cells. Imports have also been enhanced, and now include improved ODF support, as well as the first importer for AppleWorks documents. Sheets can be protected and/or dynamically sized, while formulas can be given colored references. Universal Access support has been expanded to incorporate the likes of VoiceOver. Tables requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later and costs approximately $60, but can be used for free in a 30-day trial.