|バージョン||0.12.3 0.12.2 0.12.1 0.12.0 0.11.17 0.11.16 0.11.15 0.11.14 0.11.13 0.11.12 0.11.11|
|種別||フリーソフト / オープンソース(MIT)|
2020/05/22 ver 0.12.3
The location field in the event popover highlights links.
Calendars without associated calendar-colors are ignored.
2019/10/26 ver 0.12.2
There is a Help link that takes you to Itsycal's Help webpage. It is located in the menu that pops up when you click the gear icon.
Itsycal defaults to using the first weekday that is conventional for your
locale. This is Sunday in the US and Monday most other places. As before,
this can be set explicitly in General Preferences.
All-day events are preceded with a small vertical bar instead of a
dot to more quickly distinguish them.
Double-clicking on a day in the calendar will open, rather than toggle, the New Event popover.
2019/09/26 ver 0.12.1
This version works around a macOS 10.14+ bug that causes text in the menu bar to be slightly misaligned.
See notes for 0.12.0 below for other recent changes.
2019/09/24 ver 0.12.0
Itsycal (latest) for macOS 10.14+
Itsycal 0.11.17 for macOS 10.12+
This version requires macOS 10.14+.
The New Event form is in a popover instead of a separate modal window. This presentation more closely associates the form with Itsycal. It also allows you to manipulate the calendar while the form is showing. The old modal presentation did not allow this.
There is a new option to show colored dots for days with events. Each
colored dot represents a calendar that has one or more events for that day.
Up to 3 dots can be shown. The options to show a single monochrome dot or no
dot are still available in Preferences > Appearance.
Itsycal now uses macOS system colors for many UI elements resulting in better Accessibility for visually impaired users.
All Day events in the agenda list are sorted alphabetically by calendar title.
2019/08/20 ver 0.11.17
There is a new menu item to open the System Preferences Date & Time panel.
The calendar date selection will reset to today after the calendar is hidden for about 10 minutes.
If you are using a datetime pattern, it is now drawn with the default system font unless you are displaying seconds, in which case monospaced digits are used. Previously, it was always drawn with monospaced digits.
2019/07/18 ver 0.11.16
The calendar button opens Busycal 3 if that is set as your default calendar.
You can use the delete key to delete events when shown in the side popover. The escape key dismisses the popover.
Fixed a bug where some characters in event notes would be garbled.
Reworked event-fetching code to address a crashing bug.
2019/06/02 ver 0.11.15
Itsycal (current) for macOS 10.12+
Itsycal 0.10.16 for macOS 10.10+
Itsycal 0.8.15 for macOS 10.8+
Uses Apple's new Notarization security process.
Uses your accent color (set in System Preferences : General) to highlight the current day on macOS 10.14+ (Thanks, Jiashu).
Renders HTML in event notes better.
2019/04/06 ver 0.11.14
Fetching events from the calendar database is more efficient. The fetches are smaller and duplicative work is reduced.
Fixed a bug where event tooltips would randomly pop up out of nowhere while Itsycal was hidden for some users on macOS 10.14.
Fixed a crashing bug associated with fetching events for some users on macOS 10.14.
Get 0.11.14 for macOS 10.12+
2018/10/02 ver 0.11.13
You can enter a repeat count and then a navigation command to have that command repeated. For example, typing 1 4 L will move the selection forward 14 days. Typing 3 2 ▲ will go back 32 years. The repeat count times out after a few seconds.
Various fixes as usual. If you are an early-adopter of macOS 10.14 Mojave and your navigation buttons randomly disappear, hopefully this version fixes that behavior.
Get 0.11.13 for macOS 10.12+
2018/08/20 ver 0.11.12
New preference for a larger text size.
The event details popover displays the event's notes.
Itsycal's height is constrained to the height of the screen.
Get 0.11.12 for macOS 10.12+
2018/07/16 ver 0.11.11
Text in the event details popover is now selectable.
For macOS 10.13, Itsycal should properly reflect timezone changes.
For macOS 10.14 (now in beta), a new System theme that automatically selects Light or Dark depending on the setting in macOS's System Preferences.
Fixes and code cleanup as usual.
Get 0.11.11 for macOS 10.12+