Developer Steven Riggs has updated TimeTable for Mac OS X (http://www.stevenriggs.com) to version 2.0.
This release adds: multiple calendars; the ability to set rates per calendar; the ability to save column layouts; the ability to save text export settings; live preview for the text export; live preview for the notes export, better date selection controls; the ability to view time in hours, minutes or duration; improved to-do export options; and enhanced user interface; and other internal enhancements.
TimeTable allows you to export iCal calendar data and analyze and total the number of hours recorded on your calendar. It’s designed to make it simple to track and bill for your time without keeping a second record outside of your calendar. TimeTable reads and filters iCal calendar data and calculates the hours spent in the events.
TimeTable 2.9 requires Mac OS X 10.5 or higher. It’s Universal Binary so runs natively on both PowerPC and Intel Macs.
TimeTable costs US$19.99 for a single user license. A 14-day trail version is available for download. Volume discounts are also available.