Time Map – Dashboard
Need to know the time in different cities? Time Map overlays city locations on a world map. It shows the current time in your selected cities and tells you at a glance whether it's day or night anywhere in the world.
Time Map requires Mac OS X 10.4.3 or later and is licensed under GPL v2.
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|1.0.2||Added a preference to keep track of the city list position. This allows it to open automatically when you log back in.|
|1.0.1||Fixed a bug where name/time popups near the right edge of the map could be clipped. Also fixed a minor issue where popups may not appear reliably if the corresponding city marker is occluded by another popup.|
|1.0||Display a popup when the cursor hovers near a city marker to show the city name, day of week, and time.|
|1.0 beta 2||Improved city search interaction by disabling form controls while a search is in progress and aborting the search if the preferences pane is not active when the results are received.|
|1.0 beta||Initial public release.|
Time Map was developed by Harry Kao but would not have been possible without publicly available code and data created and generously shared by others. Three projects deserve special mention: World Sunlight Map, GeoNames, and zoneinfo.
Please send bug reports, feature requests, and other comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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1. Wood, John (2006). Leaving Microsoft to Change the World, p.18. HarperCollins Publishers. ISBN 978-0-06-112107-4.