Get one of the best clock widgets for your Mac OS X Dashboard.
Flip to the back and choose your timezone. Simple as that!
Extreme Rally Run is a new unity 3d game where you can race with 20 other opponents at the same time on 15 different maps. You have 4 cars that you can choose to compete and show everyone you are the best driver. Earn more points and you can buy the best cars in the game.
Enjoy and Play Extreme Rally Run right in your Mac OS X Dashboard.
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Jan 03, 2014
- Version: 1.3.1
- Size: 26.4 MB
- Languages: English, Japanese
- Seller: Panic, Inc.
- © 2013 Panic Inc
You’ve got data. Status Board makes it beautiful.
Use the easy built-in panels to see data about your life: calendar, tweets, e-mail, weather, news, and more. Or use the pro panels, Graph and Table, with your own customized data sources, to see relevant data about your business or organization.
- Six Instant Panels
Clock — Analog or digital, anywhere in the world.
Weather — Temperature and four-day forecast.
Calendar — Pick a calendar and see your appointments at a glance.
Mail — Get message counts, or see the latest Subject lines.
Twitter — See the latest tweets or the volume of tweets.
Feeds — The latest headlines from your favorite sites.
- Three Pro Panels
Graph — You provide the JSON or CSV data source, we make it beautiful.
Table — Toss us some HTML or CSV data and we’ll make a nice-looking table.
Do-It-Yourself — Design your own panels using HTML.
- Incredible Customization
Resize panels. Easily change your layout. Portrait or Landscape. Select data sources to display, configure how they’re presented. The power is yours.
- Simple Board Sharing
Easily e-mail a Status Board configuration to colleagues or corporations and get everyone on the exact same page.
- Deluxe HD Out via HDMI or AirPlay (In-App Purchase Required)
Basic AirPlay is free, but HD Out lets you see your data on a big, beautiful screen, formatted specifically for HDTVs. No letterboxing!
We can’t wait to see what your Status Board looks like. When you’re finished, tweet a photo of your board to @panic and we’ll share it!
THIS IS GOING TO BE SO AWESOME.
Note to iOS 5 users:
AirPlay Mirroring is not a feature of iOS 5. iOS 5 customers will need to purchase Status Board’s HD Out Feature and use an HDMI adapter and cable to connect to an external display.
What’s New in Version 1.3.1
• Fixed possible crashing bug when switching between Edit and Locked modes.
• Updated Graph documentation to illustrate that the “refreshEveryNSeconds” attribute is part of the “graph” object, not the “datasequence” object.
Every widget creates a cache file. In theory, these cache files are meant to speed up Dashboard performance. But, the cache files can get bloated or corrupted, resulting in the exact opposite effect. If your Dashboard seems to be running unusually slow, you may want to try clearing those caches.
You’ll find a cryptic set of folders with no names, just numbers. Delete everything inside the “DashboardClient” folder.
In order to complete the process, you need to restart the Dock (it controls Dashboard). You can do this in two ways:
Type in the Terminal:
This will quit and restart the Dock.
Open the Activity Monitor application (in your Utilities folder). Type “dock” in the search field. Once you find it, select it and hit the “Quit Process” button. The Dock will quit and restart.
That’s it. You’ve successfully cleared the cache files for your widgets. For me, this resulted in a significant performance boost. Dashboard is actually usable again.
Note: If you run several widgets, it will probably take several seconds for Dashboard to display the info in each widget the first time it’s activated after clearing the caches. Dashboard needs to rebuild the cache for each widget. Don’t be alarmed when they initially come up blank.
It should also be noted that the caches do NOT hold the actual data in the widgets. So, if you’re running widgets like, Mint, iClip lite, or Daily Grind Timer, the data will NOT be lost by clearing the cache.