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How to run Classic (pre OS X) apps on Intel Macs
Authored by: david@javadave on May 17, '06 12:57:35PM

Virtual TimeClock 2.5. I know that there are dozens of Time-recording applications available for OS X, but they all require entry of clients, projects, tasks, or other endless information for which I have no need. Virtual TimeClock does one thing, simply--it works like a regular punchclock, allowing me to clock-in/clock-out for the day and for breaks, and totals my time entries and overtime. There is a Pro version for OS X, but it costs $129--the one I have cost me $29 years ago. Until someone comes up with a replacement, I'll keep using this one.



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How to run Classic (pre OS X) apps on Intel Macs
Authored by: david@javadave on May 17, '06 12:59:25PM

Oops! That's $195 for Virtual TimeClock Pro.



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