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ShowOff 0.55
Apr 26, 2004 09:12AM
Contributed by: jokke
http://jokke.dk/
Download: 27KB .zip Archive

ShowOff is my first screen saver for MacOS X. Its primary function is to display your current uptime (how long your mac has been turned on), which is good for impressing your windows using friends.
ShowOff will also display the current time, who is currently logged onto your system [not relevant unless your mac is on a network with remote login turned on] as well as the system load. As of 0.54 it will log your best uptime for the competitive. Minimum system requirements are MacOS X 10.2 [Jaguar] or later.

New in version 0.55:
Reorganized the code for better clarity - and less bugs.
Reimplemented the method for tracking the uptime record.
You can reset your uptime record if you like. (or if it still set wrong sometimes)
Takes into account that Panther has different formatting of uptime from Jaguar. (It reports hours as 'hrs' instead of 'hours')


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