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World Clock Deluxe for Mac OS X updated to version 4.6.8

MaBaSoft ( has updated its World Clock Deluxe
time tool to version 4.6.8. – If you use Spaces, you can now have the
Clocks palette always available, no matter which space you’re in, by
selecting the Show palette in all spaces checkbox in the Palette pane
of World Clock Deluxe Preferences.

Daylight-saving time information has been updated for Bangladesh,
Egypt, Israel, Morocco, and Western Sahara. This year, Bangladesh
will observe DST from March 31 to November 1, while in Israel DST
will start on March 26 and end on Sept. 12. Egypt, Morocco, and
Western Sahara may not observe daylight-saving time in 2010.

What’s more, 10 cities on the Northern Mexican border will soon adopt
the same daylight-saving time rule as the United States (second
Sunday in March to first Sunday in November). Daylight-saving time
information has therefore been updated in World Clock Deulxe for
Tijuana and Mexicali in the state of Baja California, and the
remaining eight border cities have been added to the World Clock
Deluxe database.

With World Clock Deluxe you can display multiple clocks in a
horizontal or vertical palette, in the menu bar and in the Dock, show
Coordinated Universal Time and Internet Time, assign labels and
colors to clocks, calculate date and time conversions across
different time zones and show the current weather all over the world.
The software is Universal Binary and runs in English, German, Dutch,
French and Italian.

World Clock Deluxe requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later and runs
natively on both PowerPC-based and Intel-based Macs. It costs US$19.

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