10101 Software


Dock Clock Update...

Posted on May 11, 2011 at 1:30 PM

I am pleased to announce that the next version of Dock Clock is in the pipeline. Have some features: 

  • New Presets
  • Use gradients or custom pictures as a clock face
  • Change the size and color of the clock's nose
  • Code optimization
Sounds good, right? The update will be rolled out automatically via the Mac App Store. 

Around the same time I expect to be releasing Podcast Assistant over the Mac App Store for Mac users and on this website for Windows/Linux users. 

It is getting very close to finals week here at Milwaukee School of Engineering. I'm looking forward to going home and resting up. This term was one of the hardest because of the enormous loads of coursework. (lots and lots of papers) Anyways, it is almost over which just leave more time for programming! 


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Reply Zephnia Mukwa
2:15 PM on December 13, 2012 
Quite useful piece of software
Reply Tristan Bellman-Greenwood
4:00 AM on June 25, 2011 
Thanks koseki! My preference file solution was getting old so just rewrote it. Hopefully the next update will get rid of that error.
Reply koseki
12:52 AM on June 23, 2011 
I purchased DockClock3 and I like this very much. But after the system clash, I couldn't boot DockClock3. It shows a message "NilObjectException was not handled." and shut down.

I removed ~/Library/Preferences/com.10101software.dockclock3.plist and it works fine again. There may be a problem with reading plist file.