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Posted on Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014 under Downloads | No comments

Flip Clock

Anyone out there still using the Dashboard on Mac OS X? Anyone else worried that the rumored OS redesign that Jony Ive is working on will cut out this handy little environment?

I still use it on a daily basis for lots of helpful things, including the ever-so wonderful Delivery Status, HTML Entities, Minutes, iStat Pro and CharacterPal widgets, so I hope it isn't going any where.

I am thinking it might be fun to make something new for the Dashboard, but not sure what ... for the time being, I thought I would give the popular Flip Clock widget by Neometric Software (the developer site is now defunct) a tiny update to fix the CSS display issue on the back panels. Everything else is the same, but that was seriously bugging me. You can grab the updated copy below.

Flip Clock 1.3.4

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