World Clock Deluxe - Release Notes

World Clock Deluxe 4.12.1 (October 21, 2014)

 The incompatibilities with Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite have been solved.
 The Meeting Planner lets you now select multiple time slots and include local start and end times and the duration of the meeting when copying, dragging, or sharing details.
 The Meeting Planner lets you now copy, drag, or share past time slots.
 Some minor incompatibilities of the date control with Mac OS X 10.9 or later have been fixed.
 Some other minor bugs have been fixed and some minor improvements have been introduced.

World Clock Deluxe 4.12 (April 24, 2014)

 Software update has been extensively revised, displays release notes, and lets you automatically download and install updates of cities, time zones, and DST rules.
 Several enhancements have been added to the report displayed by World Clock Deluxe after updating cities, time zones, and DST rules. The report now tags used cities and time zones and lets you list them first and sort cities by country.
 Buttons in the Time Converter and Meeting Planner panes have been revised. In addition to that, on Mac OS X 10.8 or later, you can now easily share conversions and meeting details via Mail and Messages.
 The Palette pane of World Clock Deluxe Preferences lets you now specify any palette font size between 8 and 99.
 An incompatibility with Mavericks that caused the default palette font (Lucida Grande) not to appear in the Palette pane of World Clock Deluxe Preferences has been solved.
 Sevastopol, Crimea has been added to the World Clock Deluxe database and the offset from UTC of Simferopol has been updated after Crimea adopted Moscow Summer Time (UTC+4) on March 30, 2014.
 Daylight-saving time information for Fiji, Jordan, Morocco, and Western Sahara has been updated. Fiji advanced the end of daylight-saving time to the first Sunday from January 19. Jordan, after having observed DST all year round in 2013, readopted its previous rule (midnight on the last Thursday in March to 1:00 AM on the last Friday in October). This year, Morocco and Western Sahara will suspend daylight-saving time from June 29 to July 29 for the Ramadan.
 Some other minor interface revisions have been introduced.

Cities, Time Zones, DST Rules 4.12.0.1 (May 14, 2014)

 Daylight-saving time information for Egypt has been updated. Egypt re-introduces DST after having canceled it in 2011. Daylight-saving time will start at midnight on May 15 and end on September 26 and will be suspended during the Ramadan.
 The West Bank and the Gaza Strip have been replaced by the state of Palestine.

Cities, Time Zones, DST Rules 4.12.0.2 (June 13, 2014)

 Daylight-saving time information for Egypt, Morocco, and Western Sahara has been updated. The Egyptian and Moroccan governments announced the exact dates of the suspension of daylight-saving time during Ramadan. Egypt will suspend DST from midnight on June 26, 2014 to midnight on July 31, 2014. Morocco and Western Sahara will return to standard time at 3:00 AM on June 28, 2014 and resume daylight-saving time at 2:00 AM on August 2, 2014.

World Clock Deluxe 4.11.3 (November 26, 2013)

 36 cities have been added to the World Clock Deluxe database. New cities are:
Botswana Maun, Molepolole
Dem. Republic of the Congo Bukavu, Goma, Matadi, Mbandaka
Egypt Dahab
Kenya Narok
Mali Djenné
Morocco Agadir, Essaouira
Mozambique Bazaruto Archipelago
Namibia Swakopmund
Nigeria Enugu, Uyo, Zaria
Rwanda Butare
Somalia Bosaso
Somaliland Berbera
South Africa East London, Kimberley, Nelspruit, Phalaborwa, Polokwane, Prince Edward Islands, Thabazimbi, Upington, Vereeniging
South Sudan Wau
Tanzania Moshi
US Minor Outlying Islands Baker Island, Howland Island, Jarvis Island, Kingman Reef, Navassa Island, Palmyra Atoll
 The "Hide World Clock Deluxe icon in the Dock" preference is saved now and new World Clock Deluxe versions will automatically hide the icon in the Dock when they are launched for the first time after having been installed.
 On Mac OS X 10.9, the icon in the Dock is now hidden or shown without restarting the World Clock Deluxe application.
 The offset from UTC of Rio Branco in the Brazilian state of Acre has been changed from - 4 h to - 5 h after Brazil reintroduced its forth time zone (Acre Time, UTC-5) on November 10, 2013.
 Daylight-saving time information for Libya has been updated. Libya didn't switch back to standard time and will remain on daylight-saving time until further notice.
 The geographical coordinates of Johannesburg, Pietermaritzburg, and Cape Town in South Africa and Sochi in Russia have been corrected.
 Some minor bugs have been fixed.

World Clock Deluxe 4.11.2 (October 25, 2013)

 The incompatibilities with Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks have been solved.
 Daylight-saving time information for Syria has been updated. Daylight-saving time in Syria ends on the last Friday in October.

World Clock Deluxe 4.11.1 (October 4, 2013)

 Daylight-saving time information for Morocco, Western Sahara, and the Brazilian State of Tocantins has been updated. Morocco and Western Sahara decided to extend daylight-saving time to October 27 and from next year will observe DST from the last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October. Tocantins canceled daylight-saving time after a one-year trial.

World Clock Deluxe 4.11 (July 30, 2013)

 World Clock Deluxe now has a Meeting Planner pane that allows you to easily find the best time for an online chat, a conference call or videoconference across different time zones. To display the new pane, choose View > Meeting Planner.
 The Meeting Planner is very easy to set up: after having picked a date from the calendar, you can quickly add two, three, or more cities, specify your home city, replace or remove cities, and add frequently used cities to your Favorites.
 The Meeting Planner is highly configurable: you can choose a color theme, specify the duration of time slots and when mornings, days, evenings, and nights start, and decide which information (Coordinated Universal Time, weekday, date change, UTC offset, time zone, daylight-saving time) should be displayed.
 The Meeting Planner lets you copy the details of your meeting to the Clipboard so that you can email them to all participants. The Options dialog lets you specify if you want to copy rich or plain text, choose a text layout and date format, and determine which information must be included in the copied text.
 World Clock Deluxe has a new black and white icon in the menu bar.
 A bug that caused the Time Converter to display DST end times using daylight time zones instead of standard time zones has been fixed.
 Daylight-saving time for Israel has been updated. Israel decided to further extend its daylight-saving time period: from this year, DST will end on the last Sunday in October.
 Minimum required system version is now Mac OS X 10.6.

World Clock Deluxe 4.10.1 (July 5, 2013)

 Daylight-saving time information for Morocco and Western Sahara has been updated. This year, both countries will suspend daylight-saving time on July 7, two days before the beginning of Ramadan, and resume it on August 10, two days after the end of Ramadan.

World Clock Deluxe 4.10 (May 7, 2013)

 String representation of dates and times has been fully revised so that clocks support non-Gregorian calendars (10.6 or later) and formats using non-European scripts now.
 The date and time controls in the Time Converter have been fully revised and now support non-Gregorian calendars (10.6 or later), eras, and formats using non-European scripts.
 Custom date and time formats now support non-Gregorian calendars on 10.6 or later. In addition to that, the Before noon/After noon strings are no longer limited to 4 characters.
 Clocks can now show full weekdays and medium or long dates. Weekdays now appear in the language of the region specified in the Region (Formats) pane of Language & Text Preferences.
 While creating or editing clocks you can now see a clock preview.
 You can now configure your local date in the Clocks palette pop-up menu, in the Dock icon menu, and in the World Clock Deluxe menu in the menu bar so that it shows short weekdays and the medium or long date. In addition to that, the Menus pane of World Clock Deluxe Preferences now displays a preview of your local date and time.
 Daylight-saving time transitions can now use medium, long, or full dates.
 With the new "Apply to All Menus" button in the Menus pane of World Clock Deluxe Preferences you can now quickly apply the same settings to the Clocks palette pop-up menu, the Dock icon menu, and the World Clock Deluxe menu in the menu bar.
 Weather reports can now display medium, long, or full dates. In addition to that, the Weather pane of World Clock Deluxe Preferences shows a preview of report dates and times.
 You can now choose whether to use right-to-left date and time formats. Deselect the "Use right-to-left date and time formats" checkbox in the Advanced pane of World Clock Deluxe Preferences if you want World Clock Deluxe to use a left-to-right date and time format instead of the Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, Pashto, or Urdu date and time format specified in System Preferences.
 Several minor bugs have been fixed.

World Clock Deluxe 4.9.2 (March 11, 2013)

 Daylight-saving time information for Cuba and Paraguay has been updated. This year, Cuba started DST on the second Sunday in March, while Paraguay will end daylight-saving time three weeks earlier, on March 24.

World Clock Deluxe 4.9.1 (February 8, 2013)

 106 cities have been added to the World Clock Deluxe database which now contains over 1,600 cities. New cities are:
France Aix-en-Provence, Arles, Avignon, Bastia, Biarritz, Cannes, Chamonix, Nîmes, Perpignan
French Guiana Kourou
Germany Augsburg, Baden-Baden, Bayreuth, Darmstadt, Freiburg, Göttingen, Heidelberg, Jena, Karlsruhe, Koblenz, Ludwigshafen, Mannheim, Münster, Regensburg, Trier, Weimar
Greece Cephalonia, Corfu, Hydra, Mykonos, Naxos, Paros, Santorini, Skiathos, Zakynthos
Hungary Debrecen, Eger, Győr, Kecskemét, Miskolc, Nyíregyháza, Pécs, Szeged, Székesfehérvár
Italy Amalfi, Ancona, Capri, Catania, Cortina, Elba, Frascati, Ischia, Modena, Padua, Perugia, Pisa, Rimini, Sassari, Siena, Trento, Varese, Verona, Vicenza
Netherlands Noordwijk
Poland Białystok, Częstochowa, Gdynia, Kielce, Olsztyn, Tarnów, Toruń
Spain Burgos, Ceuta, Granada, Marbella, Melilla, Pamplona, Salamanca, San Sebastián, Santander, Tarragona, Toledo, Valladolid, Villanueva de la Cañada
Switzerland Davos, Interlaken, Montreux, St. Moritz, Zermatt
Turkey Alanya, Antalya, Bodrum, Diyarbakır, Erzurum, Kayseri, Marmaris, Mersin, Trabzon
United Kingdom Blackpool, Bournemouth, Isle of Wight, Isles of Scilly, Norwich, Salisbury, Wells, Winchester
 Daylight-saving information for Morocco and Western Sahara has been updated. Both countries will observe daylight-saving time from the last Sunday in April to the last Sunday in September with the exception of Ramadan (estimated start and end dates for Ramadan in 2013 are July 9 and August 7).

World Clock Deluxe 4.9 (December 21, 2012)

 The Clocks, Cities & Time Zones, and Time Converter panes and their dialogs have been redesigned. Panes are now bigger, cleaner, easier to use, and resizable.
 On Mac OS X 10.5 or later, the Time Converter lets you now specify dates by picking them from a calendar.
 The Time Converter now provides more information about conversions: you can view the offset from UTC and the time zone abbreviation of the selected locations and you can see whether cities use daylight-saving time or not and if daylight-saving time is in effect, not in effect, or applied all year round. If daylight-saving time is used, a tooltip shows you when it starts and ends.
 The Time Converter lets you now copy conversions to the Clipboard so that you can use them in other applications. The new Options dialog lets you specify if you want to copy rich or plain text, choose a text layout and date format, and determine which information must be included in the copied text.
 The Time Converter lets you now automatically set the current date and time when you open the pane for the first time after having launched World Clock Deluxe. To automatically set the current date and time, click the Options button and select the "Automatically set current date and time" checkbox.
 Icons in the toolbar of World Clock Deluxe Preferences have been revised and the Date & Time Formats pane has been redesigned.
 The offset from UTC of Libya has been updated. Libya moved from UTC+2 to UTC+1 and from next year will observe daylight-saving time, starting on the last Friday in March and ending on the last Friday in October.
 Daylight-saving time for Iran and Israel has been updated. In 2013, Iran will observe daylight-saving time from March 22 to September 22. From 2013, Israel will extend its daylight-saving time period: DST will start on Friday before the last Sunday in March and end on the first Sunday after October 1.
 The World Clock Deluxe Help has been fully rewritten.

World Clock Deluxe 4.8.3 (November 2, 2012)

 Daylight-saving time information for Jordan and the Brazilian States of Bahia and Tocantins has been updated. This year, Jordan didn't switch back to standard time and will remain on daylight-saving time at least until October 2013. Tocantins reintroduced DST, while Bahia canceled it after a one-year trial.

World Clock Deluxe 4.8.2 (October 8, 2012)

 Clocks in the Clocks palette and in the Dock icon can now use light text on a dark background. To change your clocks' background, select the "Light text on dark background" checkboxes in the Palette and Dock panes of World Clock Deluxe Preferences.
 The Palette, Dock, Menu Bar, Menus and Weather panes of World Clock Deluxe Preferences have been fully revised. Minor changes have been introduced in the other panes.
 The offset from UTC of Tokelau has been corrected to + 13 h after the Tokelau Apia Liaison Office noted that time in Tokelau was incorrectly displayed on all internet time and date websites. The mistake probably dated back to 1901 when Tokelau abandoned Local Mean Time.
 Daylight-saving time information for Samoa, the Gaza Strip and the West Bank has been updated. This year, DST in Samoa started on September 30, while the Gaza Strip and the West Bank both ended daylight-saving time on September 21.

World Clock Deluxe 4.8.1 (July 20, 2012)

 The incompatibilities with Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion have been solved.
 Daylight-saving time information for Morocco and Western Sahara has been updated. Both countries will resume daylight-saving time on August 20 after Ramadan.
 A bug that could cause World Clock Deluxe not to show a city in the local time zone when running for the first time has been fixed.
 Some other minor bugs have been fixed.

World Clock Deluxe 4.8 (April 20, 2012)

 73 cities have been added to the World Clock Deluxe database which now contains over 1,500 cities. New cities are:
Antigua and Barbuda Codrington
Bahamas Freeport
Belarus Brest, Homyel', Hrodna, Mahilyow, Vitsyebsk
Botswana Francistown
Burkina Faso Bobo-Dioulasso
Cape Verde Mindelo
Caribbean Netherlands Bonaire, Saba, Sint Eustatius
China Nanchang
Cocos (Keeling) Islands West Island
Côte d'Ivoire Bouaké, Daloa
Cuba Camagüey, Holguín
Dominican Republic Concepción de la Vega, La Romana, Puerto Plata, Santiago de los Caballeros
France Amiens, Caen, La Rochelle, Poitiers
Gabon Port-Gentil
Ghana Kumasi, Sekondi-Takoradi, Tamale
Guadeloupe Pointe-à-Pitre
Haiti Cap-Haïtien
Iraq Karbala, Kirkuk, Najaf, Nasiriya, Sulaimaniya
Ireland Waterford
Jamaica Montego Bay, Negril, Ocho Ríos, Port Antonio
Malawi Mzuzu
Mauritania Néma, Nouadhibou, Zouérat
Palau Melekeok
Puerto Rico Ponce
Republic of the Congo Pointe-Noire
Rwanda Ruhengeri
Senegal Thiès, Touba, Ziguinchor
Sierra Leone Bo, Kenema, Koidu
Sint Maarten Philipsburg
Swaziland Manzini
Trinidad and Tobago San Fernando
Tunisia Djerba, Kairouan, Monastir, Sfax, Sousse, Tataouine
Uganda Gulu
United Kingdom Newcastle upon Tyne
Western Sahara Dakhla, Smara
Zambia Kitwe, Livingstone, Ndola
 Cities can now have two daylight-saving time periods in the same year. There are countries, in fact, that suspend daylight-saving time during Ramadan and then resume it.
 Daylight-saving information for the Gaza Strip, Morocco, Syria, the West Bank, and Western Sahara has been updated. From this year, Morocco and Western Sahara will observe daylight-saving time from the last Sunday in April to the last Sunday in September with the exception of Ramadan (estimated start and end dates for Ramadan in 2012 are July 20 and August 18). Syria advanced the start of DST from the first Friday in April to the last Friday in March. The Gaza Strip and the West Bank started daylight-saving time together this year, both at midnight on the last Thursday in March.
 The geographical coordinates of Port-au-Prince, Haiti and Basse-Terre, Guadeloupe have been corrected, the dissolved Netherlands Antilles have been replaced by Curaçao and the Caribbean Netherlands, and the Beerenberg volcano in Jan Mayen has been replaced by the Olonkinbyen settlement.
 Some minor memory leaks have been eliminated, some minor bugs have been solved, and some minor interface improvements and fixes have been introduced.

World Clock Deluxe 4.7.11 (March 23, 2012)

 Daylight-saving time information for Haiti has been updated. After 2005 and 2006, Haiti trials daylight-saving time again in 2012, using the same rule as the United States and Canada (second Sunday in March to first Sunday in November).
 A minor interface bug in the Italian Clocks pane has been fixed.

World Clock Deluxe 4.7.10 (March 8, 2012)

 20 United States cities have been added to the World Clock Deluxe database. New cities are:
California Barstow, El Segundo, Lompoc, Rosamond, Twentynine Palms
Florida Cape Canaveral
Hawaii Hilo, Kailua-Kona, Kihei, Lihue, Pearl City
Kansas Junction City
Louisiana Leesville
Mississippi Hattiesburg
New Hampshire Nashua
New York Watertown
North Carolina Asheville, Jacksonville
Virginia Quantico, Wallops Island
 The offset from UTC of the Australian Antarctic stations Casey and Davis has been updated. With winter approaching in the southern hemisphere, Casey moved from UTC+11 to UTC+8, while Davis switched from UTC+5 to UTC+7.
 Daylight-saving information for Armenia, Chile, Cuba, and the Falkland Islands has been updated. Armenia abolished daylight-saving time. Chile decided to extend DST by 7 weeks this year, with daylight-saving time ending on April 29 and starting again on September 2. Cuba postponed the start of DST from the third Sunday in March to the first Sunday in April. In 2012, the Falkland Islands will trial daylight-saving time all year round for the second time.

World Clock Deluxe 4.7.9 (January 3, 2012)

 90 United States cities have been added to the World Clock Deluxe database which now contains over 1,400 cities. New cities are:
Arizona Chandler, Tempe, Window Rock
California Burbank, Carlsbad, Chula Vista, Concord, Fairfield, Fontana, Fremont, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Glendale, Hayward, Huntington Beach, Irvine, Lancaster, Modesto, Moreno Valley, Oakland, Ontario, Oxnard, Palmdale, Pomona, Rancho Cucamonga, San Bernardino, Santa Ana, Santa Clara, Santa Clarita, Santa Rosa, Stanford, Sunnyvale, Temecula, Thousand Oaks, Torrance, Vallejo, Visalia, West Covina
Colorado Fort Collins
Connecticut Stamford
Florida Gainesville, Hialeah
Georgia Athens, Augusta, Columbus
Illinois Evanston, Naperville, Peoria
Indiana Evansville, South Bend
Kansas Olathe
Louisiana Lafayette
Massachusetts Springfield
Michigan Warren
Minnesota Rochester
Missouri Independence, Springfield
New Hampshire Hanover
New Jersey Elizabeth, Princeton
New York Ithaca, Yonkers
North Carolina Cary, Durham, Fayetteville, High Point, Wilmington, Winston-Salem
Ohio Akron
Oklahoma Norman
Pennsylvania Allentown, Erie
Tennessee Chattanooga, Clarksville
Texas Beaumont, Denton, Garland, Grand Prairie, Irving, Lubbock, McAllen, Midland, Pasadena, Plano
Virginia Arlington, Chesapeake, Newport News
Washington Bellevue, Everett, Tacoma
 The offset from UTC of Samoa and Tokelau has been updated. At midnight on December 29, 2011, Samoa (which is currently observing daylight-saving time) and Tokelau jumped from east to west of the international dateline to align with trade partners, moving from UTC-10 to UTC+14.
 The offset from UTC of the Australian Antarctic stations Casey and Davis has been updated. To comport with operational schedules from their supply bases, Davis moved from UTC+7 to UTC+5, while Casey moved from UTC+8 to UTC+11.
 Daylight-saving information for Brazil, Iran, Israel, and Samoa has been updated. Due to Carnival, DST in Brazil will end one week later this year, on the fourth Sunday in February. In 2012, Iran will observe daylight-saving time from March 21 to September 21, while Israel will observe daylight-saving time from March 30 to September 23. From this year, DST in Samoa will end on the first Sunday in April.

World Clock Deluxe 4.7.8 (November 4, 2011)

 24 cities have been added to the World Clock Deluxe database. New cities are:
China Xiamen
India Durgapur
Iran Bandar Abbas
Japan Chiba, Fukushima, Hamamatsu, Niigata, Okayama, Sagamihara, Sakai, Shizuoka
Nigeria Benin City
Russia Kurilsk, Magnitogorsk, Severo-Kurilsk, Sochi, Surgut, Yuzhno-Kurilsk
Uganda Entebbe
United Kingdom Truro
United States Atlantic City, NJ
West Bank Hebron, Nablus, Ramallah
 Daylight-saving information for Cuba, Fiji, Ukraine, and the Brazilian State of Bahia has been updated. Bahia reintroduced daylight-saving time this year, Cuba postponed the end of DST from October 30 to November 13, 2011, Fiji will advance the end of DST from February 26 to January 22, 2012, and Ukraine canceled its previous decision to permanently remain on daylight-saving time and switched back to standard time on October 30, 2011.
 Two minor incompatibilities with Mac OS X 10.7 Lion have been solved. The position of the Clocks palette pop-up menus has been corrected and the desktop-level Clocks palette remains visible now when the desktop is shown with Mission Control.

World Clock Deluxe 4.7.7 (September 23, 2011)

 The incompatibilities with Mac OS X 10.7 Lion have been solved.
 The configuration of the show/hide palette keyboard shortcut has been revised so that Unicode keyboards and the F17, F18, F19 keys are now supported. In addition to that, shortcuts containing function keys, arrow keys, or keypad keys do not require modifiers anymore and keypad keys appear in square brackets [ ] in the Palette pane of World Clock Deluxe Preferences.
 The offset from UTC of the Kuril Islands and Ust-Nera, Russia has been updated after some districts of the Sakhalin region and Sakha Republic moved from Magadan Summer Time (UTC+12) to Vladivostok Summer Time (UTC+11) on August 31, 2011.
 Daylight-saving time information for the Palestinian Territories, Samoa, Ukraine, and the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador has been updated. This year, the Gaza Strip advanced the end of DST on August 1, before the beginning of Ramadan, while the West Bank suspended daylight-saving time during Ramadan and resumed it on August 30. Samoa will start DST one day earlier, on September 24, and Ukraine abolished the switch to standard time and will observe daylight-saving time all year round. The Newfoundland and Labrador province amended its DST legislation to start and end daylight-saving time at 2:00 AM in line with the rest of North America.
 Some minor bugs have been fixed.
 Minimum required system version is now Mac OS X 10.4.

World Clock Deluxe 4.7.6 (April 22, 2011)

 The standard UTC offset of Irkutsk, Russia has been reverted to + 8 h. It was planned that the Irkutsk region would move to Krasnoyarsk Time (UTC+7) on March 27, 2011, but the transistion has been postponed indefinitely.
 Daylight-saving time information for Egypt and the Falkland Islands has been updated. Egypt abolished daylight-saving time, while the Falkland Islands did not switch back to standard time on April 17 and will trial daylight-saving time all year round in 2011.

World Clock Deluxe 4.7.5 (March 30, 2011)

 The offset from UTC of Irkutsk, Russia has been updated after the Irkutsk region moved from Irkutsk Time (UTC+8) to Krasnoyarsk Time (UTC+7) on March 27, 2011.
 Daylight-saving time information for Belarus, Chile, the Gaza Strip, Morocco, Russia, Samoa, Turkey, the West Bank, and Western Sahara has been updated.

Starting from March 27, 2011, Russia will observe daylight-saving time all year round and Belarus will probably do the same.

This year, Morocco and Western Sahara will observe daylight-saving time from April 3 to July 31, while DST in Turkey started one day later, on March 28, due to a nationwide exam on March 27.

To increase energy savings, Chile decided to further postpone the end of daylight-saving time to May 8. In addition to that, winter time in Chile will last less than 4 months this year with DST starting on the third Saturday in August.

Daylight-saving time in the West Bank and in the Gaza Strip will start on April 1 and 2, respectively and Samoa will advance the end of DST from April 3 to April 2.

World Clock Deluxe 4.7.4 (March 8, 2011)

 Daylight-saving time information for Chile and Cuba has been updated. This year, Chile has extended daylight-saving time (which was originally planned to end on March 13) to continue until April 3 to face water shortage in reservoirs and avoid a possible energy crisis. Cuba decided to postpone the start of DST from the second to the third Sunday in March.

World Clock Deluxe 4.7.3 (January 11, 2011)

 Daylight-saving time information for Fiji, Israel, Morocco, and Western Sahara has been updated. Fiji advanced the end of daylight-saving time to the first Sunday in March. Israel will observe DST from April 1 to October 2 this year. Morocco and Western Sahara may not observe daylight-saving time in 2011.

World Clock Deluxe 4.7.2 (September 1, 2010)

 22 cities have been added to the World Clock Deluxe database which now contains over 1,300 cities. New cities are:
France Besançon, Clermont-Ferrand, Dijon, Grenoble, Le Havre, Limoges, Metz, Nancy, Orléans, Rouen, Toulon, Tours
United Kingdom Bath, Brighton, Cambridge, Canterbury, Coventry, Kingston upon Hull, Leicester, Nottingham, Oxford, York
 Daylight-saving information for Egypt, the Gaza Strip, and the West Bank has been updated. Egypt has suspended DST during Ramadan and will resume it from September 10 to October 1. The Gaza Strip and the West Bank advanced the end of daylight-saving time to August 11.
 On Mac OS X 10.6, the lowest palette level is now Desktop icons so that the Clocks palette doesn't stop receiving mouse clicks after the Finder is activated.

World Clock Deluxe 4.7.1 (August 5, 2010)

 48 cities have been added to the World Clock Deluxe database which now contains over 1,250 cities. New cities are:
Australia Albury, NSW, Burnie, TAS, Coffs Harbour, NSW, Geraldton, WA, Gladstone, QLD, Hervey Bay, QLD, Jervis Bay, JBT, Kalgoorlie, WA, Katherine, NT, Mildura, VIC, Mount Gambier, SA, Nhulunbuy, NT, Port Lincoln, SA, Port Pirie, SA, Tamworth, NSW, Tennant Creek, NT, Wagga Wagga, NSW, Wodonga, VIC
Austria Bregenz, Klagenfurt
Chile Arica, Copiapó, Coyhaique, Valdivia
Cuba Cayo Coco, Isla de la Juventud, Nuevitas, Pinar del Río, Santiago de Cuba, Varadero
Denmark Roskilde
Equatorial Guinea Bata
Germany Erfurt, Kiel, Magdeburg, Mainz, Potsdam, Rostock, Saarbrücken, Wiesbaden
Ireland Galway
Mexico Cabo San Lucas, Cozumel, La Paz, Oaxaca, Puerto Vallarta, San Luis Potosí, Torreón
 Daylight-saving information for Egypt has been updated. Egypt will suspend DST during Ramadan this year. Daylight-saving time will end on August 11 and then resume from September 10 to October 1.
 The Help > Look Up Latitude & Longitude command now takes you to the GeoNames geographical database which covers all countries, including the United States and Antarctica.

World Clock Deluxe 4.7 (May 10, 2010)

 96 cities have been added to the World Clock Deluxe database which now contains over 1,200 cities. New cities are:
Antarctica Bernardo O'Higgins, Eduardo Frei, Esperanza, Jubany, Marambio, Mirny, Neumayer, Orcadas, SANAE IV, Scott Base
Australia Macquarie Island, TAS
Bangladesh Barisal, Bogra, Comilla, Cox's Bazar, Mymensingh, Rajshahi, Rangpur, Sylhet
Bhutan Paro, Phuentsholing, Trongsa
Brunei Kuala Belait, Muara, Seria
Cambodia Battambang, Siem Reap, Sihanoukville
French Polynesia Austral Islands, Tuamotu Archipelago
Indonesia Cirebon, Kediri, Maumere, Pangkal Pinang, Pekalongan, Sumbawa Besar, Tasikmalaya, Tegal
Laos Luang Prabang, Pakse, Savannakhet
Malaysia Bandar Labuan, George Town, Ipoh, Kuala Terengganu, Kuantan, Shah Alam
Myanmar Mawlamyaing
Nepal Bharatpur, Biratnagar, Birganj, Mahendranagar, Pokhara
New Zealand Hamilton, Invercargill, Napier-Hastings, Palmerston North, Tauranga
North Korea Chongjin, Hamhung, Namp'o
Pakistan Gilgit, Gujranwala, Gwadar, Hyderabad, Multan, Quetta, Rawalpindi, Sialkot
Papua New Guinea Lae, Mount Hagen, Rabaul
Philippines Cagayan de Oro, General Santos, Makati, Quezon City, Zamboanga City
South Korea Daegu, Daejeon, Gwangju, Incheon, Suwon, Ulsan
Sri Lanka Kandy, Negombo, Sri Jayawardenapura Kotte, Trincomalee
Taiwan Magong, Tainan
Thailand Hat Yai, Koh Chang, Koh Samui, Udon Thani
Vietnam Buon Ma Thuot, Can Tho, Nha Trang
 World Clock Deluxe now supports all-year-round daylight-saving time.
 Daylight-saving information for Morocco, Samoa, Western Sahara, and for San Luis, Argentina has been updated. Morocco and Western Sahara observe DST from May 2 to August 8 this year. Samoa will trial daylight-saving time from the last Sunday in September to the first Sunday in April. The San Luis province in Argentina extended daylight-saving time (which was originally planned to end on April 11) without setting any end date for the moment.

World Clock Deluxe 4.6.10 (March 29, 2010)

 Ensenada, Mexico has been added to the World Clock Deluxe cities database. The city of Ensenada in Baja California, located about 70 miles from the Northern Mexican border, has also adopted the United States daylight-saving time rule (second Sunday in March to first Sunday in November).
 The offset from UTC of 8 Russian cities has been updated after the Kamchatka, Chukotka, Udmurtia, Samara, and Kemerovo regions in Russia moved to different time zones and Russia reduced the number of its time zones from 11 to 9 on March 28, 2010. Edited cities are:
Samara Oblast Samara from UTC+4 to UTC+3
Samara Oblast Tolyatti from UTC+4 to UTC+3
Udmurt Republic Izhevsk from UTC+4 to UTC+3
Kemerovo Oblast Kemerovo from UTC+7 to UTC+6
Kemerovo Oblast Novokuznetsk from UTC+7 to UTC+6
Chukotka Autonomous Okrug Anadyr from UTC+12 to UTC+11
Chukotka Autonomous Okrug Provideniya from UTC+12 to UTC+11
Kamchatka Krai Petropavlovsk-Kamchatski from UTC+12 to UTC+11
 The offset from UTC of the Australian Antarctic stations Casey and Davis has been updated. With winter approaching in the southern hemisphere, Casey switched back to UTC+8, while Davis reverted to UTC+7.
 Daylight-saving time information for Bangladesh, Pakistan, Syria, the Gaza Strip, and the West Bank has been updated. Bangladesh and Pakistan decided to cancel daylight-saving time. Syria postponed the start of DST from last Friday in March to the first Friday in April. Daylight-saving time in the West Bank and in Gaza started on March 26 and 27, respectively and will end on October 4, this year.

World Clock Deluxe 4.6.9 (March 10, 2010)

 Daylight-saving time information for Chile, Egypt, Fiji, and Paraguay has been updated. Fiji advances the end of daylight-saving time from April 25 to March 28 due to growing complaints across the country. DST will then return on October 24. Chile decided to postpone the end of daylight-saving time from March 14 to April 4 due to the recent earthquake. Paraguay amended its DST start and end dates (first Sunday in October to the second Sunday in April) as part of a series of measures to rationalize electricity consumption. Egypt will probably observe daylight-saving time from April 30 to August 6 this year.

World Clock Deluxe 4.6.8 (January 12, 2010)

 If you use Spaces, you can now have the Clocks palette always available, no matter which space you're in, by selecting the Show palette in all spaces checkbox in the Palette pane of World Clock Deluxe Preferences.
 Daylight-saving time information for Bangladesh, Egypt, Israel, Morocco, and Western Sahara has been updated. This year, Bangladesh will observe DST from March 31 to November 1, while in Israel DST will start on March 26 and end on September 12. Egypt, Morocco, and Western Sahara may not observe daylight-saving time in 2010.
 10 cities on the Northern Mexican border will soon adopt the same daylight-saving time rule as the United States (second Sunday in March to first Sunday in November). Daylight-saving time information has therefore been updated for Tijuana and Mexicali in the state of Baja California, and the remaining 8 border cities have been added to the World Clock Deluxe database. New cities are:
Chihuahua Ciudad Juárez, Ojinaga
Coahuila Ciudad Acuña, Piedras Negras
Nuevo León Anáhuac
Tamaulipas Nuevo Laredo, Reynosa, Matamoros
 Some other minor improvements have been introduced.

World Clock Deluxe 4.6.7 (November 18, 2009)

 126 cities have been added to the World Clock Deluxe database which now contains over 1,100 cities. New cities are:
Albania Durrës
Austria Innsbruck
Belgium Antwerp, Bruges, Charleroi, Ghent, Liège, Namur
Bosnia and Herzegovina Banja Luka
Bulgaria Burgas, Plovdiv, Ruse, Varna
Croatia Dubrovnik, Rijeka, Split
Cyprus Limassol
Czech Republic Brno, Ostrava, Plzeň
Denmark Aalborg, Århus, Odense
Estonia Tartu
France Ajaccio, Bordeaux, Brest, Lille, Montpellier, Nantes, Reims, Rennes, Strasbourg
Georgia Batumi
Germany Bremen, Bremerhaven, Dortmund, Dresden, Düsseldorf, Essen, Hannover, Leipzig, Lübeck, Nuremberg, Stuttgart
Greece Larissa, Patras, Thessaloniki, Volos
Ireland Limerick
Israel Ashdod, Beersheba, Eilat, Haifa
Italy Bari, Cagliari, Trieste, Turin
Jordan Aqaba, Zarqa
Kazakhstan Atyrau, Baikonur, Karaganda, Oral, Shymkent
Lithuania Kaunas, Klaipėda
Macedonia Bitola
Netherlands Eindhoven, Utrecht
Poland Bydgoszcz, Gdańsk, Katowice, Lublin, Szczecin
Portugal Braga, Coimbra, Faro
Romania Cluj-Napoca, Constanţa, Iaşi, Timişoara
Serbia Niš, Novi Sad
Slovakia Košice
Slovenia Maribor
Spain A Coruña, Alicante, Córdoba, Málaga, Murcia, Zaragoza
Sweden Kiruna, Luleå, Sundsvall, Umeå, Uppsala
Switzerland Lausanne, Lucerne, Lugano, St. Gallen, Winterthur
Syria Aleppo, Homs, Latakia, Tartus
Turkey Adana, Bursa, Gaziantep, İzmir, Samsun
United Arab Emirates Al Ain
United Kingdom Aberdeen, Bristol, Inner and Outer Hebrides, Leeds, Manchester, Orkney, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Sheffield, Shetland Islands, Southampton
Yemen Al Hudaydah, Ta'izz
 The offset from UTC of the Australian Antarctic stations Casey, Davis, and Mawson has been updated. To comport with operational schedules from their supply bases, Davis and Mawson moved to UTC+5, while Casey moved to UTC+11.
 Casey Time (CAST), Oral Time (ORAT), and Fiji Summer Time (FJST) have been added to the World Clock Deluxe database.
 Daylight-saving information for Fiji, Syria, and San Luis, Argentina has been updated. San Luis and Syria changed their DST end date, while Fiji re-introduces daylight-saving time this year, starting on the last Sunday in November and ending on the last Sunday in April.

World Clock Deluxe 4.6.6 (October 20, 2009)

 The Clocks palette pop-up menu, the Dock icon menu and the menu associated with the World Clock Deluxe icon or clock in the menu bar can now show your clocks' daylight-saving time transitions so that you can easily see which cities are about to turn clocks forward or backward - they are marked with an asterisk (*) - and when daylight-saving time will exactly start or end for each of them. If you prefer to hide daylight-saving time transitions in a menu, deselect the corresponding Show daylight-saving time transitions checkbox in the Menus pane of World Clock Deluxe Preferences.
 Daylight-saving time information for Argentina, Bangladesh, and Samoa has been updated. Argentina, with the exception of the San Luis province, canceled daylight-saving time. Bangladesh extended daylight-saving time (which was originally planned to end on October 1) without setting any end date for the moment. Due to the recent tsunami, Samoa decided to postpone its DST trial to September 2010.

World Clock Deluxe 4.6.5 (August 28, 2009)

 The incompatibilities with Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard have been solved.
 Daylight-saving time end date for Bangladesh has been updated (October 1, 2009).
 Some minor bugs have been fixed and some revisions and minor improvements have been introduced.

World Clock Deluxe 4.6.4 (August 12, 2009)

 Daylight-saving time information for Egypt has been updated. Due to Ramadan which this year starts on August 22, Egypt decided to advance the end of daylight-saving time from September 25 to August 21.

World Clock Deluxe 4.6.3 (June 11, 2009)

 Daylight-saving time information for Western Australia, Bangladesh, Mauritius, and Samoa has been updated. With a referendum held on May 16 Western Australia rejected daylight-saving after a three-year trial. Bangladesh and Samoa will both trial DST this year, starting on June 20 and October 4, respectively. Mauritius decided not to repeat last year's daylight-saving time trial.

World Clock Deluxe 4.6.2 (May 8, 2009)

 Check for updates has been fully revised and lets you now check for updates both manually and automatically. To set World Clock Deluxe to check for updates automatically or schedule how often you want it to check, open the Software Update pane of World Clock Deluxe Preferences.
 Daylight-saving time information for Pakistan has been updated. Pakistan observes DST from April 15 to November 1 this year.
 A bug that caused clocks and your local date and time to be missing or outdated in the menu bar while World Clock Deluxe displayed a modal window or alert has been fixed.
 Some minor improvements concerning lists and keyboard focus have been introduced.

World Clock Deluxe 4.6.1 (April 2, 2009)

 Daylight-saving time information for the Gaza Strip, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, the West Bank, and Western Sahara has been updated. Morocco and Western Sahara will observe DST from from June 1 to August 21 this year. Syria advanced the start of daylight-saving time to the last Friday in March, while the Gaza Strip and the West Bank will end daylight-saving time on September 28. Tunisia decided to cancel daylight-saving time.

World Clock Deluxe 4.6 (March 17, 2009)

 88 cities have been added to the World Clock Deluxe database which now contains over 1,000 cities. New cities are:
Afghanistan Herat, Kandahar, Mazari Sharif
Bangladesh Khulna
China Anshan, Changchun, Changsha, Dalian, Fushun, Fuzhou, Haikou, Hangzhou, Hefei, Jinan, Kunming, Lanzhou, Qingdao, Qiqihar, Shijiazhuang, Taiyuan, Tangshan, Xining, Yinchuan, Zhengzhou
India Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, Faridabad, Guwahati, Indore, Jamshedpur, Laccadive Islands, Ludhiana, Patna, Raipur, Ranchi, Srinagar, Thiruvananthapuram
Japan Hiroshima, Kawasaki, Saitama
Russia Aldan, Arkhangelsk, Astrakhan, Barnaul, Chita, Ivanovo, Izhevsk, Kaluga, Kemerovo, Khabarovsk, Khanty-Mansiysk, Krasnodar, Kuril Islands, Lensk, Lipetsk, Mirny, Naberezhnye Chelny, Neryungri, Nizhny Novgorod, Norilsk, Novokuznetsk, Novorossiysk, Orenburg, Penza, Provideniya, Ryazan, Saratov, Smolensk, Stavropol, Tolyatti, Tomsk, Tula, Tyumen, Ulan-Ude, Ulyanovsk, Ust-Nera, Vanino, Verkhoyansk, Voronezh, Yaroslavl
Taiwan Kaohsiung, Taichung
Thailand Chiang Mai
Vietnam Da Nang, Hai Phong
Yemen Socotra
 The offset from UTC of San Luis, Argentina has been changed from - 3 h to - 4 h after the San Luis province adopted Western Argentina Time on March 15, 2009.
 Western Argentina Time (WART) and Western Argentina Summer Time (WARST) have been added to the World Clock Deluxe database.
 Daylight-saving information for Brazil, Chile, Egypt, the Gaza Strip, Israel, Iran, and the West Bank has been updated.
 The repositioning of the Clocks palette after screen configuration changes involving multiple displays has been improved. In addition to that, you can now automatically keep the Clocks palette always on your primary screen when you connect one or more external displays to your computer by selecting the "Always show palette on primary screen" checkbox in the Palette pane of World Clock Deluxe Preferences.
 An incompatibility with Mac OS X 10.5 that could cause the loss of the World Clock Deluxe preferences under particular circumstances has been solved.
 Some other minor bugs have been fixed and some minor improvements have been introduced.

World Clock Deluxe 4.5.7 (November 5, 2008)

 Daylight-saving time information for Catamarca, Jujuy, La Rioja, Mendoza, Río Gallegos, San Juan, and Ushuaia has been updated, since the Western Argentine provinces (Jujuy, Salta, Catamarca, La Roja, San Juan, Mendoza, San Luis, Neuguén, La Pampa, Río Negro, Chubut, Santa Cruz and Tierra del Fuego, Antártida e Islas del Atlántico Sur) have decided not to observe daylight-saving time this year.
 15 Argentine cities have been added so that now all Argentine provinces are included in the World Clock Deluxe database. New cities are:
Buenos Aires Province La Plata, Bahía Blanca
Chaco Province Resistencia
Chubut Province Rawson, Comodoro Rivadavia
Corrientes Province Corrientes
Entre Ríos Province Paraná
Formosa Province Formosa
La Pampa Province Santa Rosa
Misiones Province Posadas
Neuguén Province Neuguén
Río Negro Province Viedma
Salta Province Salta
Santa Fe Province Santa Fe
Santiago del Estero Province Santiago del Estero
 Daylight-saving time end date for Syria has been corrected (November 1, 2008).

World Clock Deluxe 4.5.6 (October 3, 2008)

 Daylight-saving time information for Argentina has been updated. Argentina will observe DST from the third Sunday in October to the third Sunday in March this year.

World Clock Deluxe 4.5.5 (September 2, 2008)

 Daylight-saving time for Brazil, the Gaza Strip, Mauritius, Morocco, Pakistan, and Western Sahara has been updated. Brazil will start DST time on October 19 this year, while Mauritius amended its DST start and end dates (last Sunday in October to last Sunday in March). Gaza, Morocco, and Western Sahara advanced the end of daylight-saving time due to Ramadan which started on September 1, while Pakistan decided to extend DST to November 1.
 The city of Bethlehem in the West Bank has been added to the World Clock Deluxe database.

World Clock Deluxe 4.5.4 (July 7, 2008)

 99 cities have been added to the World Clock Deluxe database which now contains 900 cities. New cities are:
Algeria Annaba, Biskra, Constantine, Oran, Tamanrasset, Tindouf
Angola Cabinda, Huambo, Lubango
Bolivia Cochabamba, Oruro, Potosí
Brazil Aracaju, Florianópolis, Goiânia, João Pessoa, Joinville, Macapá, Palmas, São Luís, Vitória
Chad Faya-Largeau, Moundou, Sarh
Colombia Barranquilla, Bucaramanga, Cali, Cartagena, Cúcuta
Dem. Republic of the Congo Kananga, Kisangani, Kolwezi, Mbuji-Mayi
Egypt Kharga, Port Said, Siwa, Suez
Ethiopia Dire Dawa, Gondar
Kenya Eldoret, Kisumu, Malindi, Mombasa, Nakuru
Libya Al Jawf, Benghazi, Ghadames, Misratah, Sabha, Tobruk
Madagascar Toamasina, Toliara
Mali Kayes, Kidal, Mopti, Sikasso, Timbuktu
Morocco Fes, Marrakesh, Tangier
Mozambique Beira, Nacala, Nampula
Namibia Oranjemund, Walvis Bay
Niger Agadez, Arlit, Zinder
Paraguay Ciudad del Este
Peru Arequipa, Chiclayo, Cusco, Huancayo, Iquitos, Piura, Trujillo
Saudi Arabia Dammam, Medina
Somaliland Hargeisa
South Africa Bloemfontein, Durban, Pietermaritzburg, Port Elizabeth
Sudan Al-Fashir, Al-Ubayyid, Juba, Kassala, Port Sudan
Tanzania Arusha, Kigoma, Mwanza, Zanzibar
Venezuela Barquisimeto, Ciudad Guayana, Maracaibo, Maracay, San Cristóbal, Valencia
Zimbabwe Bulawayo
 The offset from UTC of Rio Branco in the Brazilian state of Acre has been changed from - 5 h to - 4 h after Brazil abolished its forth time zone on June 24, 2008.
 Mauritius will re-introduce daylight-saving time this year as a trial: DST will start on November 1, 2008 and end on March 31, 2009.

World Clock Deluxe 4.5.3 (June 3, 2008)

 Daylight-saving time information for Morocco and Pakistan has been updated. Both countries are re-introducing daylight-saving time this year as a trial: Morocco will observe DST from June 1 to September 28, while Pakistan moved clocks one hour ahead on June 1 and will most probably move them back one hour on September 1.

World Clock Deluxe 4.5.2 (April 3, 2008)

 Daylight-saving time information for Cuba, the Gaza Strip, Guatemala, Iraq, Jordan, and Syria has been updated. Iraq decided to abolish daylight-saving time, while Guatemala revoked its plan to re-introduce daylight-saving time in 2008. Cuba, the Gaza Strip, Jordan, and Syria changed their DST start date.
 The World Clock Deluxe date formats let you now display the day of the year (001-366) which is widely used in spaceflight operations and space sciences.
 Some minor bugs concerning the editing of date formats have been fixed.

World Clock Deluxe 4.5.1 (March 4, 2008)

 Daylight-saving time information for Chile and Guatemala has been updated. Chile decided to extend daylight-saving time this year from the second to the last Saturday in March as part of a series of measures to address the energy problems caused by a monthslong drought. Guatemala is re-introducing daylight-saving time in 2008 and will observe it from the last Sunday in April to the last Sunday in September.
 San Luis, Argentina has been added to the World Clock Deluxe cities database. After Argentina moved to daylight-saving time on December 30, 2007, the San Luis province decided to return to standard time on January 21, 2008 much earlier than the rest of the country.

World Clock Deluxe 4.5 (January 28, 2008)

 190 cities have been added to the World Clock Deluxe database which now contains 800 cities. New cities are:
Argentina Catamarca, Jujuy, La Rioja, Río Gallegos, San Juan
Australia Alice Springs, NT, Ballarat, VIC, Bendigo, VIC, Broken Hill, NSW, Bunbury, WA, Bundaberg, QLD, Eucla, WA, Geelong, VIC, Launceston, TAS, Mackay, QLD, Mandurah, WA, Port Hedland, WA, Rockhampton, QLD, Sunshine Coast, QLD, Toowoomba, QLD, Townsville, QLD, Wollongong, NSW
Brazil Porto Velho
Canada Abbotsford, BC, Arviat, NU, Baker Lake, NU, Banff, AB, Blanc-Sablon, QC, Brandon, MB, Cambridge Bay, NU, Cape Breton, NS, Cape Dorset, NU, Coral Harbour, NU, Corner Brook, NL, Cranbrook, BC, Dawson City, YT, Dawson Creek, BC, Fredericton, NB, Grand Falls-Windsor, NL, Hamilton, ON, Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL, Hay River, NT, Igloolik, NU, Inuvik, NT, Kelowna, BC, Kitchener, ON, Kugluktuk, NU, Labrador City, NL, Lethbridge, AB, Lloydminster, AB-SK, London, ON, Moncton, NB, Moose Jaw, SK, Niagara Falls, ON, Oshawa, ON, Pangnirtung, NU, Pond Inlet, NU, Prince Albert, SK, Rainy River, ON, Rankin Inlet, NU, Red Deer, AB, Saguenay, QC, Saskatoon, SK, Sherbrooke, QC, Summerside, PE, Thompson, MB, Thunder Bay, ON, Trois-Rivières, QC, Victoria, BC, Windsor, ON
China Baotou, Lhasa, Nanjing, Nanning, Ürümqi
Indonesia Ambon, Banda Aceh, Bandar Lampung, Bengkulu, Bogor, Jambi, Malang, Mataram, Padang, Palangkaraya, Pekanbaru, Pontianak, Samarinda, Semarang, Surakarta, Yogyakarta
Marshall Islands Kwajalein Atoll
Mexico Hermosillo, Mérida
Mongolia Choibalsan
Portugal Madeira
Russia Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk
Saint Barthélemy Gustavia
Saint Martin Marigot
Ukraine Donetsk
United States Abilene, TX, Albany, NY, Alexandria, VA, Amarillo, TX, Anaheim, CA, Ann Arbor, MI, Annapolis, MD, Arlington, TX, Aspen, CO, Aurora, CO, Aurora, IL, Bakersfield, CA, Baton Rouge, LA, Bethesda, MD, Bridgeport, CT, Brownsville, TX, Buffalo, NY, Cambridge, MA, Carson City, NV, Cedar Rapids, IA, Charleston, SC, Cincinnati, OH, Cleveland, OH, Colorado Springs, CO, Corpus Christi, TX, Dayton, OH, Eugene, OR, Fairbanks, AK, Fargo, ND, Fort Lauderdale, FL, Fort Wayne, IN, Fort Worth, TX, Frankfort, KY, Fresno, CA, Glendale, AZ, Grand Rapids, MI, Greensboro, NC, Hampton, VA, Harrisburg, PA, Huntsville, AL, Jacksonville, FL, Jefferson City, MO, Jersey City, NJ, Juneau, AK, Kansas City, MO, Key West, FL, Lansing, MI, Laredo, TX, Lexington-Fayette, KY, Long Beach, CA, Mesa, AZ, Mesquite, TX, Mobile, AL, New Haven, CT, Nome, AK, Norfolk, VA, Oceanside, CA, Olympia, WA, Omaha, NE, Palo Alto, CA, Pasadena, CA, Pittsburgh, PA, Pueblo, CO, Reno, NV, Riverside, CA, Rochester, NY, San Antonio, TX, Santa Fe, NM, Savannah, GA, Scottsdale, AZ, Shreveport, LA, Spokane, WA, Springfield, IL, St. Petersburg, FL, Stockton, CA, Syracuse, NY, Tallahassee, FL, Tampa, FL, Toledo, OH, Trenton, NJ, Tucson, AZ, Tulsa, OK, Unalaska, AK, Virginia Beach, VA, Wilmington, DE, Worcester, MA
US Minor Outlying Islands Johnston Atoll, Midway Islands, Wake Island
Uzbekistan Samarkand
 Five time zones have been added to the World Clock Deluxe database which now contains 218 time zones and world times. New time zones are Argentina Summer Time (ARST), Australia Central Western Standard Time (ACWST), Australia Central Western Daylight Time (ACWDT), Sakhalin Time (SAKT) and Sakhalin Summer Time (SAKST).
 Venezuela's offset from UTC has been updated to - 4 h 30 min and the geographical coordinates of Havana, Cuba and Hobart, TAS, Australia have been corrected.
 DST information has been updated for several countries. Argentina and Iran re-introduced daylight-saving time in 2008. South Australia, Victoria, Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, and Tasmania extended daylight-saving time which now starts on the first Sunday in October and ends on the first Sunday in April. Brazil, Cuba, Egypt, the Gaza Strip, Israel, and Syria changed their DST start and/or end dates.
 World Clock Deluxe now shows a progress window while it is updating cities, time zones and DST rules and, once the update is terminated, displays a detailed report of all changes.
 Clocks in the Dock can now show weekday and date instead of city, time zone or alternate text. To display weekdays and dates in the Dock, configure clocks so that they show weekday and date and hide city, time zone and alternate text.
 A bug that caused menu bar shortcuts to be active despite the Dock icon was hidden and World Clock Deluxe had no menu bar has been fixed.
 Some other minor bugs have been fixed and several improvements, mainly concerning the updating of clocks in the palette, menu bar and Dock, have been introduced.

World Clock Deluxe 4.4.9 (October 26, 2007)

 The incompatibilities with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard have been solved.
 Some minor bugs have been fixed and some minor interface improvements have been introduced.
 Minimum required system version is now Mac OS X 10.3.9.

World Clock Deluxe 4.4.8 (October 8, 2007)

 Cities and and DST rules have been revised and updated. The Brazilian regions observing daylight-saving time (Central-West, Southeast and South) changed DST rule (second Sunday in October to third Sunday in February). Syria, due to Ramadan which this year lasts from September 13 to October 12, decided to postpone the end of daylight-saving time from October 1 to November 1.

World Clock Deluxe 4.4.7 (June 21, 2007)

 95 cities have been added to the World Clock Deluxe database. New cities are:
Åland Islands Mariehamn
Australia Cairns, QLD, Gold Coast, QLD, Newcastle, NSW
Austria Graz, Linz, Salzburg
Belize Belize City
Benin Cotonou
Bolivia Santa Cruz, Sucre
Chile Antofagasta, Concepción, Iquique, La Serena, Puerto Montt, Punta Arenas, Rancagua, Talca, Talcahuano, Temuco, Valparaíso, Viña del Mar
Egypt Giza, Hurghada, Luxor, Sharm el-Sheikh
Finland Oulu, Tampere, Turku
France Nice, Toulouse
Germany Cologne, Hamburg
Greece Crete, Rhodes
India Delhi, Jaipur, Kanpur, Kochi (Cochin), Lucknow, Nagpur, Vadodara (Baroda)
Iran Isfahan, Mashhad, Shiraz, Tabriz
Iraq Arbil, Basra, Mosul
Italy Bologna, Genoa
Malawi Blantyre
Malaysia Johor Bahru, Kota Kinabalu, Kuching, Putrajaya
Myanmar Mandalay, Naypyidaw
Netherlands Rotterdam, The Hague
New Zealand Christchurch
Nigeria Ibadan, Kaduna, Port Harcourt
Norway Bergen, Stavanger, Trondheim
Pakistan Faisalabad, Peshawar
Philippines Cebu City, Davao City
Poland Cracow, Łódź, Poznań, Wrocław
Serbia Priština
Spain Balearic Islands, Sevilla, Valencia
Sudan Omdurman
Swaziland Lobamba
Sweden Gothenburg, Malmö
Switzerland Basel
Thailand Khon Kaen, Pattaya, Phuket
Ukraine Dnipropetrovsk, Kharkiv, Lviv, Simferopol
United Arab Emirates Sharjah
United Kingdom Glasgow
United States Blacksburg, VA
 Daylight-saving time information for New Zealand, the Amundsen-Scott and McMurdo stations in Antarctica, and the Turks and Caicos Islands has been updated. The Turks and Caicos Islands adopted the new United States DST rule (second Sunday in March to first Sunday in November), while beginning in September 2007, daylight-saving time in New Zealand, Amundsen-Scott, and McMurdo will start on the last Sunday in September and end on the first Sunday in April.
 A bug that prevented combinations including the Control-Escape keys from being assigned to the show/hide palette shortcut has been fixed.
 Some other minor improvements and fixes have been introduced.

World Clock Deluxe 4.4.6 (April 3, 2007)

 Daylight-saving time information for Cuba, Haiti, Honduras, Jordan, Mongolia, and Syria has been updated. Haiti, Honduras, and Mongolia recently decided to abolish DST. Cuba adopted the new United States DST rule (second Sunday in March to first Sunday in November). Syria and Jordan changed the date of DST start and end, respectively.

World Clock Deluxe 4.4.5 (February 20, 2007)

 The position of the World Clock Deluxe icon or clock in the menu bar can be controlled now. Besides the normal positioning, you can now force the World Clock Deluxe icon or clock to always appear to the left of all your other status items or display it centered between status items and menu extras or position it to the right of all menu extras, immediately before the Spotlight icon.
 Clocks rotation in the menu bar is now smoother on Mac OS X 10.3 or later.
 65 cities have been added to the World Clock Deluxe database. New cities are:
Argentina Córdoba, Mar del Plata, Mendoza, Rosario, Tucumán, Ushuaia
Bangladesh Chittagong
Brazil Belém, Belo Horizonte, Boa Vista, Campo Grande, Curitiba, Maceió, Natal, Salvador, Teresina
China Chengdu, Guiyang, Shenzhen
Colombia Medellín
Ecuador Guayaquil
Egypt Alexandria
Guernsey St. Peter Port
India Pune, Surat, Varanasi (Benares)
Indonesia Balikpapan, Manado
Isle of Man Douglas
Israel Tel Aviv
Jersey Saint Helier
Mexico Acapulco, Aguascalientes, Cancún, León, Mexicali, Monterrey, Puebla, Veracruz
Montenegro Podgorica
Morocco Casablanca
New Zealand Auckland
Nigeria Kano
Russia Kazan, Rostov-on-Don, Ufa
Saudi Arabia Jeddah
South Africa Johannesburg
South Korea Busan
Ukraine Odessa
United States Augusta, ME, Billings, MT, Concord, NH, Madison, WI, Montgomery, AL, Montpelier, VT, Nashville, TN, Orlando, FL, Raleigh, NC, Sacramento, CA, Saint Paul, MN, Salem, OR, San Jose, CA, Sioux Falls, SD, Topeka, KS
 Bahamas changed DST rule to step in line with the new United States rule (second Sunday in March to first Sunday in November).
 Some minor bugs have been fixed.

World Clock Deluxe 4.4 (December 1, 2006)

 Time zone abbreviations (standard and daylight) have been associated to cities so that city clocks can now display the time zone (e.g. New York, 5:25 PM EST or Sydney, 9:25 AM AEDT).
 A type (standard or daylight) has been associated to time zones, so that World Clock Deluxe can correctly suggest standard and daylight time zone abbreviations while you are adding or editing cities.
In addition to that, the Calculate Longitude button has replaced the two Standard Time Zone and Daylight Time Zone buttons which allowed you to automatically calculate longitudes while adding or editing time zones.
 Cities, time zones and daylight saving time rules have been revised and updated.

Western Australia and Honduras introduced DST, while Iran abolished it. Brazil, Uruguay, Egypt, Tunisia and Jordan changed their DST start and/or end dates. Beginning in 2007, DST in the United States, Canada, Bermuda and Saint Pierre and Miquelon will start on the second Sunday in March and end on the first Sunday in November.

Wake Time has been corrected to UTC+12. Greenland time zones have been revised: the time zone observed by the northwestern part of Greenland (UTC-4) is Atlantic Time, while the time zone observed by the southwest and south coast of Greenland (UTC-3) is Western Greenland Time. Several time zone names and/or abbreviations have been updated.

The city of Gaza and four new time zones (Cuba Standard Time, Cuba Daylight Time, Irish Summer Time, Western Samoa Time) have been added. DST rules have been introduced for Bahamas, Eastern and Western Greenland, Haiti and Turks and Caicos Islands.
 A minor bug concerning daylight-saving time validation when cities are added or edited has been fixed.

World Clock Deluxe 4.3.1 (March 22, 2006)

 World Clock Deluxe is now Universal Binary and runs natively on both PowerPC-based and Intel-based Macs.
 Cities, time zones and DST rules have been revised and updated. The offset from UTC of Sri Lanka has been changed to + 5 h 30 min in anticipation of the effective time zone zone change that will take place on April 13, 2006. Danmarkshavn, Greenland has been added and Western and Central Greenland Time have been corrected to UTC-4 and UTC-3, respectively. DST rules have been introduced for Brazil, Falkland Islands, Mongolia and Uruguay.

World Clock Deluxe 4.3 (February 8, 2006)

 The Clocks palette can now be anchored to a screen corner so that its position doesn't change as the palette size varies or the screen resolution changes. To anchor the palette, start dragging it as usual and then press Command-A to activate an anchor corner.
 Analog clocks in the palette and in the Dock can now display the offset from UTC.
 The World Clock Deluxe date formats let you now omit the year indication.
 Cities, time zones and DST rules have been revised and updated. Georgia and Kyrgyzstan changed time zone (Georgia switched back to + 4 h, while Kyrgyzstan moved to + 6 h) and abolished DST. The state of Indiana, United States introduced DST, while Tunisia and Nicaragua abolished it. Cuba didn't switch back to standard time at the end of October 2005. Australia, Israel, Jordan and Uruguay changed the start and/or end dates of DST.
 A mistake in the resources made it impossible to decrease the palette's opacity under 50% using the slider in the Palette pane of World Clock Deluxe Preferences when the application was running in German, French, Dutch or Italian. Resources have now been corrected.
 A bug that could limit the dragging of the Clocks palette to only part of a secondary display has been fixed.
 Some other minor bugs have been fixed.

World Clock Deluxe 4.2 (September 20, 2005)

 The Clocks palette controls (close button, resize control and scroll arrows) can now be hidden. To hide controls, deselect the Hide controls checkbox in the Palette pane of World Clock Deluxe Preferences or Control-click the palette's background and choose Hide Controls from the contextual menu. To quickly show or hide controls, simply Shift-click the palette's background.
When controls are hidden, you can close, resize and scroll the palette from its contextual menu. To close the palette you can also click any clock in the palette and choose Close Palette from the displayed pop-up menu.
 Clocks can be made more transparent: minimum opacity is now 20%.
 Transparent clocks can now have an opaque text. To make the text (and hands) opaque when clocks are transparent, select the Don't apply to text checkbox in the Palette pane of World Clock Deluxe Preferences.
 The Menus pane has been introduced in World Clock Deluxe Preferences. It lets you customize the pop-up menu which appears when you click a clock in the palette, the Dock menu and the menu associated with the World Clock Deluxe icon or clock on the right end of the menu bar.
You can add your local date and time and decide whether to show clocks or not. You can list all clocks, visible clocks or hidden clocks.
 The number of labels has been raised to 10 and default label colors have been rearranged.
 The Bring to Front/Bring All to Front command has been added to the pop-up menu that appears when you click a clock in the palette and the menu associated with the World Clock Deluxe icon or clock in the menu bar.
 Cities, DST rules and time zones have been revised. Haiti, Nicaragua and Tunisia have introduced DST in 2005, while Kazakhstan abolished it. The UTC offset of Aqtau, Kazakhstan has been updated (it recently switched to + 5 h) and the British Indian Ocean Territory's UTC offset has been corrected to + 6 h. Rothera, Antarctica and two new time zones (Pitcairn Time (PNT) and Taiwan Time (TWT)) have been added.
 Shift-clicking the Clocks palette's background shows or hides controls now. To change the palette's orientation you must now Shift-Command-click its background.
 Two different bugs that could cause the vertical palette to crop the widest digital clock under particular circumstances has been fixed.
 Several other minor improvements have been introduced.

World Clock Deluxe 4.1.1 (June 17, 2005)

 The incompatibilities with System Preferences' custom date and time formats on Mac OS X 10.4 have been solved.
 World Clock Deluxe now supports the 1-24 and 01-24 hour formats.
 A bug which could cause version 4.1 to crop clocks on Mac OS X 10.3 when the Gujarati, Hindi or Marathi format was selected in the International pane of System Preferences has been fixed.
 Some other minor bugs have been fixed and some other minor improvements have been introduced.

World Clock Deluxe 4.1 (April 22, 2005)

 The incompatibilities with Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger have been fixed.
 The Show column in the Clocks pane list has been replaced by the Palette, Dock and Menu Bar columns, so that different clocks can now be displayed in the Clocks palette, in the Dock and in the menu bar.
 Keyboard shortcuts have been introduced to speed up showing and hiding clocks. Control-clicking a checkbox in the Clocks pane list simultaneously shows or hides a clock in the Clocks palette, Dock and menu bar. Option-clicking a checkbox shows or hides all clocks in the Dock or menu bar (Dock and Menu Bar columns) and shows all clocks or hides the other clocks in the Clocks palette (Palette column).
 The Clocks pane list can be configured by showing or hiding its columns. To configure the list, click the List Options button in the Clocks pane and select or deselect columns in the displayed dialog.
 The Show Weather button has been introduced in the Clocks pane, so that you can quickly display the current weather in your clocks' cities.
 While adding, editing or duplicating a time zone you can now automatically calculate its longitude from the UTC offset. To calculate a standard time zone's longitude, click the Standard Time Zone button. To calculate a daylight time zone's longitude, click the Daylight Time Zone button.
 The Clocks palette now has a contextual menu that lets you quickly change the way the palette looks and behaves. To display the menu, Control-click the palette's background.
 Display in the Clocks palette has been improved by reducing the height of text lines (the line height is now set to the current font's default line height).
 The Advanced pane has been introduced in World Clock Deluxe Preferences. It lets you open World Clock Deluxe automatically at startup and hide the World Clock Deluxe icon in the Dock.
When the icon in the Dock is hidden, World Clock Deluxe is a background-only application and has no menu bar: to access windows, view the Help and quit the application, use the World Clock Deluxe icon or clock displayed in the menu bar.
 The Default Clock pane in World Clock Deluxe Preferences lets you now specify where new clocks should appear: in the palette, Dock and/or menu bar.
 Reports in the Weather Reports window can now quickly be collapsed or expanded all by Option-clicking a triangle in the list.
 Cities, DST rules and time zones have been revised. Georgia's UTC offset has been changed (it recently switched back to + 3 h) and daylight-saving time information for some cities has been updated. Dubai, United Arab Emirates and three new time zones (Ulan Bator Summer Time (ULAST), Hovd Summer Time (HOVST), Uruguay Summer Time (UYST)) have been added.
 A bug which could cause the Clocks pane list not to display alternating row background and tooltips has been fixed.
 A bug which could cause label colors not to be updated in dialogs and in the Default Clock pane of World Clock Deluxe Preferences has been fixed.
 Some other minor bugs have been fixed and some other minor improvements have been introduced.
 Minimum required system version is now Mac OS X 10.2.

World Clock Deluxe 4.0.1 (November 15, 2004)

 A bug causing clocks to defer the transition to daylight-saving or standard time if World Clock Deluxe was running during the actual transition, but the computer was sleeping or had been sleeping, has been fixed.
 A bug causing non-rotating clocks in the Clocks palette not to be regularly updated on Mac OS X 10.1.5 has been fixed.
 Full keyboard access and keyboard navigation (text boxes and lists only/any control) are now correctly supported. On Mac OS X 10.2.8 or earlier a bug causing the Clocks palette to be shown or hidden when the toggle full keyboard access, toggle focus for any control, menu, window, toolbar and utility window keyboard shortcuts were pressed has been fixed.
 A mistake in the German resources causing the Show date and time of weather reports menu in the Weather pane of World Clock Deluxe Preferences not to pop up has been corrected.
 The Clocks palette is now automatically repositioned and resized considering the whole screen, even when the Dock is always visible.
 When importing cities, World Clock Deluxe looks now for a version 3.x preferences file in the Preferences folder and automatically selects it in the Open dialog.
 The Close command has been added to the Window menu.
 Some other minor bugs have been fixed.

World Clock Deluxe 4.0 (September 1, 2004)

General

 World Clock Deluxe has been rewritten as a Cocoa application.
 The World Clock Deluxe user interface has been completely revised.
 All World Clock Deluxe localizations now share the same preferences. Weather reports and predefined cities, countries, time zones, daylight-saving time rules, date formats, time formats and labels are translated automatically when World Clock Deluxe switches to a different language.

Clocks pane

 The 24-clock limitation has been removed: you can now define as many clocks as you need.
 Clocks can now display an alternate text instead of the associated city's name or time zone's abbreviation.
 Two new clock format options have been introduced: date change and UTC offset.
 Weekdays are now displayed in the current World Clock Deluxe language.
 A clock's date format can now be customized. You can choose a date format differing from the format selected in your International preferences and assign different date formats to different clocks.
 Multiple clocks can now be edited at the same time, so that you can quickly apply one or more format options to multiple clocks.
 Clocks can be duplicated and multiple clocks can now be deleted simultaneously. Clocks can also be deleted by pressing the Delete key.
 Clocks can now be dragged in the Clocks pane list without having to hold the Option key. Multiple clocks can now be dragged at the same time.
 Two new sorting criteria have been introduced: time and longitude offset. Clocks can now be sorted in ascending or descending order and arranged by two sorting criteria.
 On Mac OS X 10.2 or later World Clock Deluxe now always correctly identifies your local city when running for the first time.

Cities & Time Zones pane

 The cities database has been revised and contains over 400 cities now. All capitals have been included and, for multi-time zone countries, at least one city for time zone is now available. For the United States, at least one city (capital or major city) for state is now available. Daylight-saving time information has been revised. Weather station indicators have been added for most cities.
 Cities having the same geographical coordinates of an existing city can now be defined. Countries are now optional. The maximum accepted UTC offset is now + 14 h.
 Daylight-saving time adjustments differing from 1 hour (20, 30, 40 minutes or 2 hours) can now be specified.
 Cities can be duplicated and multiple cities can now be deleted simultaneously. Cities can also be deleted by pressing the Delete key.
 Daylight-saving time rules have been introduced: while adding or editing cities you can display the DST Rules panel providing daylight-saving time rules for most countries or regions observing daylight-saving time. To apply a rule, select the corresponding country or region in the DST Rules panel and click Apply Rule.
Daylight-saving time rules can be added, edited, duplicated and deleted.
 World Clock Deluxe 4 does not read your World Clock Deluxe 3.x settings, but, in case you had added a considerable number of cities, gives you the possibility to import cities from your World Clock Deluxe 3.2 or 3.1.1 preferences file. To import cities, choose World Clock Deluxe > Import Cities.
 The time zones database has been revised, contains over 200 time zones now and covers the whole world.
 Time zone names are now optional. The maximum accepted UTC offset is now + 14 h.
 Time zones can be duplicated and multiple time zones can now be deleted simultaneously. Time zones can also be deleted by pressing the Delete key.

Time Converter pane

 An incompatibility with Mac OS X 10.3 or later has been fixed. On Mac OS X 10.3 or later changing the left (right) date and time by typing a new year, month, day, hour or minute didn't produce a corresponding change of the right (left) date and time unless Return was pressed.

Weather

 World Clock Deluxe shows the current weather by retrieving weather reports via HTTP from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's servers and listing them in the Weather Reports window.
To show the current weather in one or more cities, select them in the Cities & Time Zones pane and click Show Weather. To quickly show the weather in your clocks' cities, Shift-Control-click any clock in the Clocks palette and choose a city or All Cities from the displayed pop-up menu.
 Weather reports can be configured using the Weather pane in World Clock Deluxe Preferences. World Clock Deluxe lets you:
 automatically clear all reports when quitting
 show recent reports only (reports are considered recent if issued maximum 24, 48 or 72 hours, 1, 2, 3 or 4 weeks before download)
 display dates and times of reports in Coordinated Universal Time, weather station local times or your local time
 use Imperial or metric units (temperatures can be displayed in degrees Fahrenheit or Celsius, visibility in miles or kilometers, atmospheric pressure in inches of mercury or hectopascals and wind speed in knots, miles per hour, kilometers per hour or meters per second)
 Weather reports can be saved as RTF documents. You can save all reports, the selected reports or the reports issued starting from a certain date. You can optionally skip errors reported during the download.
 Weather reports can be copied to other applications by dragging them to the desired document window.
 Weather reports can be rearranged in the Weather Reports window by dragging them in the list. Multiple reports can be repositioned at the same time.
 Weather reports can be deleted by clicking the Delete button in the Weather Reports window. You can delete all reports, the selected reports, the reports issued before a certain date and the errors reported during the download. Reports can also be deleted by selecting them and pressing the Delete key.

Clocks palette

 The Clocks palette has been redesigned and has a completely new appearance. Drawing in the palette has been improved to reduce CPU usage.
 Analog clocks can now be displayed in the Clocks palette. When clocks are analog, their dial size can be adjusted.
 The palette's font and type size can now be changed.
 The Clocks palette size has been reduced: different clocks have different widths when the palette is horizontal.
 Transparent clocks now become automatically opaque when the mouse pointer is over the palette.
 The Clocks palette can now lie on three different levels: it can float over all windows, behave as a normal window or lie on your desktop under all open windows.
 A transition effect (fade, slide horizontally, slide vertically) can now be associated to the clocks' rotation in the palette.
 The palette pop-up menus have been revised. The Pane pop-up menu lets you now quit World Clock Deluxe and display all your clocks, too. The Format pop-up menu has been re-organized. The Rotation Speed pop-up slider has been dropped and a new Show Weather pop-up menu (Shift-Control-click on any clock) has been introduced.
 Some of the modifier keys allowing to quickly accomplish frequent tasks directly from the palette had to be changed. To show and hide clocks from the palette you must now hold the Control key while clicking a clock. To drag clocks in the palette you must now use the Command key. To change the palette's orientation, you must now Shift-click its background.

Dock

 Clocks in the Dock icon have been redesigned to make them more readable.
 Analog clocks can now be displayed in the Dock icon.
 A transition effect (fade, slide horizontally, slide vertically) can now be associated to the clocks' rotation in the Dock.
 Clicking the icon in the Dock lets you now also show and hide the Clocks palette.

Menu bar

 World Clock Deluxe lets you now add its icon on the right side of the menu bar and use it to quickly display your clocks in a pop-up menu.
 Clocks can also rotate in the menu bar: both digital and analog clocks can be displayed in the menu bar.

World Clock Deluxe Preferences

 Preferences have been moved to the World Clock Deluxe Preferences window and are displayed by choosing World Clock Deluxe > Preferences.
 Two new preference panes have been added: Menu Bar and Weather. The Menu Bar pane lets you show and rotate clocks in the menu bar and the Weather pane lets you change the way weather reports are displayed in the Weather Reports window.
 The Date & Time Formats pane has replaced the Time Formats pane. The AM/PM and 24-Hour predefined time formats have been replaced by 23 time formats named by region (Australia, Austria, Belgium, ... ). Date formats, also named by region, have been introduced.
Date and time formats can be added, edited, duplicated and deleted. Multiple formats can now be deleted simultaneously. Date and time formats can also be deleted by pressing the Delete key.
 Label styles have been introduced in the Labels pane. Both in the Clocks palette and in the Dock icon you can decide whether to display label colors as background colors, as frame colors or as text colors.

Other improvements and fixes

 World Clock Deluxe lets you now check for updates. To see whether a new World Clock Deluxe version is available and download it, choose World Clock Deluxe > Check for Updates.
 The Look Up Weather Station Indicator, Look Up Latitude & Longitude and Look Up UTC Offset & DST commands have been added to the Help menu, so that adding new cities is easier and quicker.
 Several minor bugs have been fixed and several minor improvements have been introduced.

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