Charcoal Design News
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Posted at 7:26pm on 29 Jul 2007
Parsing and Tokenizing Libraries
We've added new open source libraries to our REALbasic source page, including classes for tokenizing and parsing complex formatted strings such as programming languages and structured data.Read more...
Posted at 1:30am on 23 Mar 2007
New Bug Tracking System
We've overhauled our bug reporting and feature request systems with a brand new interactive bug tracking database.Read more...
Posted at 12:11am on 19 Mar 2007
Subscriber 1.1 Released
Subscriber 1.1 is now out of beta, and comes loaded with a few new goodies including full support for Intel macintoshes, and a shiny new icon!Read more...
Posted at 9:55pm on 28 Feb 2007
Review on Apple Matters
Apple Matters has posted a review of our freeware utilities MagiCal and Shades, along with a mini-bio of Charcoal Design's founder and chief software engineer Nick Lockwood.Read more...
Posted at 12:35am on 02 Feb 2007
PicTiles 1.1 Released
We've just released a major update to our popular PicTiles puzzle game, which includes Intel processor support, as well as many other enhancements.Read more...
Posted at 6:31pm on 06 Jan 2007
MagiCal 1.0 Released
We've just released MagiCal, a FREE menu-based clock and calendar program for Mac OS X. MagiCal provides a range of time and date display options, and can operate in conjunction with, or as a replacement for, the system menu clock.Read more...
Posted at 1:29am on 18 Dec 2006
Shades 1.1 Released
We've just released a major update to our popular Shades application, which includes many new features requested by our users.Read more...
Posted at 6:45am on 24 Nov 2006
Shades 1.0 Released
We've released a new software product called Shades. Shades is a FREE utility for adjusting monitor brightness on your Macintosh. It can be used as a compliment to the built-in brightness controls of many Macintosh machines, offering a greater dynamic range and finer control.Read more...
Posted at 6:15pm on 22 Nov 2006
We've added a new open source page to the software section of our site. We believe that open source software is a great way to encourage innovation and progress within the developer community, and for this reason we have decided to provide the source code for our in-house tools and experiments...Read more...