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Log in or register to post comments. Related Latest Reviews Recommended. Totaldac offers 80 per cent Money Back. Songs For Self Isolation. An updated iOS version that supports the latest stuff is coming very soon, I'm just putting the finishing touches to it now. As with PCalc 4. Hope you like it! Reviews are appreciated, as they are a good way to encourage people to buy. This is a small bug fix release, mainly to fix a rare crash in 4.
But, there are a couple of new features too:. A number of new keyboard shortcuts for things like changing decimal places, adding lines, editing constants etc. Hope you like it, please let me know what you think via email or twitter. And, if you wrote a review for 4. If you're seeing the window for the calculator not appearing, or just a shadow and nothing else, re-enable the "Arial Rounded Trouble - Alcalica / Direct Connection - Sampler - Pou Pai (Vinyl) Bold" font.
I'll fix this in a 4, Trouble - Alcalica / Direct Connection - Sampler - Pou Pai (Vinyl). The multiple calculator support will also return - the code for PCalc 4 was based on the iOS version which didn't support this, but I'm planning on adding it to both apps in the near future.
PCalc 4 is here! It's available now from the Mac App Store. Based on the iOS version, it has been completely rewritten as a modern bit Cocoa app. It has every feature from iOS, and some brand new ones too, including:.
PCalc is now being sold exclusively via the Mac App Store - we don't have any plans to sell a separate version outside the store. I'll be contacting those people shortly by email. For everybody else, the new version can be purchased here. It's been fourteen years since the first release of the shareware PCalc 2. Those of you who follow me on twitter at jamesthomson will know that I've been working away on a brand new version of PCalc for the Mac, PCalc 4.
This is a complete rewrite of PCalc, based on the iOS version. It has every feature from it, including the multiple-line display, the horizontal ticker tape, the user-editable functions and conversions, and more.
All the layouts and themes from the iPad and iPhone are included, alongside Mac-specific ones. It's also now a modern bit Cocoa application. It's basically the best bits of the iOS version and the best bits of the Mac version, together. The coding is all done, and I've just submitted a build of it to the App Store now, so I figure it should be ready for release about this time next week.
Fingers crossed! The only slight complication is how I'm going to handle upgrades, so I wanted to take some time to explain what's going to happen. Now, I haven't charged for an upgrade to PCalc since the very first shareware version 2.
I'd really like to charge for this one, it's been a long time since I've done so, and this represents a lot of work. But it's complicated. The vast majority of sales of PCalc on the Mac now come through the Mac App Storeand I can't charge anything for an upgrade there without creating a brand new app on the store.
That causes a lot of confusion, especially if the old version is left up at Trouble - Alcalica / Direct Connection - Sampler - Pou Pai (Vinyl) same time. You also lose all your existing reviews and search ranking. That's not good. Even then, the best alternative would be to lower the price for the first few days as a way to offer an upgrade price, but then everybody gets that price, regardless of whether they purchased it previously.
I've had a good run with selling via Kagi, but it's time to focus on the one store. Dealing with serial numbers and software update code is a real pain, for both me and the users.
So, this is what I'm planning when PCalc 4 comes out: it's going to be a free upgrade for existing Mac App Store users, and for anybody who has purchased it via Kagi since the 1st of April For those people, I'm going to get in touch shortly and give them a copy.
For everybody else, the new version will be available from the Mac App store. I can understand that some people will be unhappy at having to pay again for the latest version, but that's the fairest solution I can come up with given the many constraints of the App Store, and my desire to still make some money from this release. I hope that you think so too! PCalc 3. The biggest change in 3. You can also create and edit an unlimited number of user constants using the Mac version, and those will sync too.
Automatic Trouble - Alcalica / Direct Connection - Sampler - Pou Pai (Vinyl) is currently only available in the Mac App Store version, due to Apple's restrictions on iCloud usage, but you can still manually import and export everything.
The list is very long, but you can copy and paste any of the entries into new categories in the Constants section of the Preferences window. Just press equals to repeat the last calculation, or enter a new value and then press equals to repeat it on that value - really quick and useful. That will be making its way to the next update on iOS too.
I hope to add user function and conversion editing to the Mac version next time as well. I hope you like this release - let me know on twitter at jamesthomson or drop me an email. And, if you really like this update, please consider leaving a review on the App Store - it really helps! The Mac version is hereand the iOS version is here. Yes, the first version of PCalc 1.
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