Temporis
Temporis
1.11

5.0

Temporis free download for Mac

Temporis

1.11
09 May 2009

Create timelines for print, web, documents, presentations, and more.

Overview

With Temporis you can create stunning timelines for print, Web sites, documents, presentations, and more. Timelines have traditionally been easiest to create on a Mac with graphics applications, even though such applications weren't designed to keep track of timeline data. With the drag-and-drop ease of Temporis, you can create a complete, customized timeline document in no time at all. Adding events is as easy as 'drawing' them in place. Temporis' timeline property controls are always ready at hand, making it easy to give your timeline a personal touch.

What's new in Temporis

Version 1.11: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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6 Temporis Reviews

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Adonsa
26 May 2010

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From the comments below, it appears that the user (purchaser) is required to deal with the Esellerate Corporation, either as a condition to buy or a condition to register or both. Developer, is there an option to purchase/register without having to deal with Esellerate? Esellerate installs an application called "Esellerate Engine" without the users knowledge or consent. Esellerate engine 'phones home" without the users knowledge or consent unless the user uses a means to intercept these insidious actions. Viruses, trojan horses, and other malware are other examples of applications installed without the users knowledge or consent. One recent application I bought uses esellerate to phone home prior to each and every use of the application, otherwise the application won't run, even if the user is away from internet connectivity. It is none of any esellerate employee's business when, where, and how I use my Mac. I've been unable to persuade that other particular developer to allow me to circumvent esellerate's "phone home" requirements. Advice to all developers: (1) Provide customers an option to pay and register without the involvement of Esellerate, or , at least (2) Warn potential customers of the requirement to use Esellerate. I'll buy in to Temporis if there's a way to do so without involving Esellerate, otherwise, not me.
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Version 1.11
Soderberg
03 June 2015
Unfortunately the demo version seems to only allow dates up to the year 2000 ... at least I presume that's a demo limitation? I can't properly assess this without being able to plug in some real-world info, and definitely wouldn't pay $25 for what seems to be abandonware; the date here says 2009 (which isn't always a deal-breaker with a well-designed app) but the demo download is an app with a create date of 2007!
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Version 1.11
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Markus-Winter
Markus-Winter
27 August 2019
I just tried it and this is incorrect - you just have to set the time scale and range for the document in the properties pane on the left. Unfortunately as of March of 2019, Temporis is considered end-of-life and is no longer offered for sale. That means it will also not run on Catalina or future versions of MacOS X.I might have to write my own version.
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Adonsa
26 May 2010
From the comments below, it appears that the user (purchaser) is required to deal with the Esellerate Corporation, either as a condition to buy or a condition to register or both. Developer, is there an option to purchase/register without having to deal with Esellerate? Esellerate installs an application called "Esellerate Engine" without the users knowledge or consent. Esellerate engine 'phones home" without the users knowledge or consent unless the user uses a means to intercept these insidious actions. Viruses, trojan horses, and other malware are other examples of applications installed without the users knowledge or consent. One recent application I bought uses esellerate to phone home prior to each and every use of the application, otherwise the application won't run, even if the user is away from internet connectivity. It is none of any esellerate employee's business when, where, and how I use my Mac. I've been unable to persuade that other particular developer to allow me to circumvent esellerate's "phone home" requirements. Advice to all developers: (1) Provide customers an option to pay and register without the involvement of Esellerate, or , at least (2) Warn potential customers of the requirement to use Esellerate. I'll buy in to Temporis if there's a way to do so without involving Esellerate, otherwise, not me.
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Version 1.11
contact-87
23 October 2007
HERVé 5: Could you clarify what you mean by 'offensive'? I'm sure you know all about exchange rates, etc. so I'm wondering if the problem you encountered was that you missed the "Select your Currency" option on our web store where you can select your own currency to see the price reflected with current exchange rates. If you meant something else, please elaborate: I ask so that we can potentially fix a problem or make something more clear.
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Version 1.1
5 answer(s)
Hervé-5
Hervé-5
29 October 2007
I mean, 1€ = 1,25$ currently, this is what all paying services I use do apply and what I'm used to, and a paying service that manages to *reverse* the coefficient is definitely offensive (and takes 50% over your price). I am indeed satisfied with Temporis, I see you work a lot since you just issued a second upgrade in one month, but your pay service, or your bank, steals customers when it comes to foreign exchange rates.
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Version 1.11
contact-87
contact-87
29 October 2007
Since Bartas is based in the US (as is eSellerate) the default currency is US Dollars. Regardless of whether the ratio is given in USD to EUR or EUR to USD, the correct price (when you select your native currency) is still reflected *before* you check out and is accurate. Given those facts, I'm still not sure I understand your complaint.
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Version 1.11
Hervé-5
Hervé-5
29 October 2007
I checked out in $, without even thinking about it, as I usually do. I was confident. I was wrong. + 50%. Again may I state I appreciate your software, but I maintain my opinion about your paysystem. I won't comment anymore.
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Version 1.11
contact-87
contact-87
30 October 2007
After speaking with an eSellerate engineer (the ecommerce provider Bartas uses), I'm wondering if you have accounted for the VAT: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Value_added_tax Such a wild difference (50%?!) simply does not show up and this can be publicly verified by anyone reading this discussion. If you respond to contact@bartastechnologies.com with your order number, I'll be happy to take a closer look. Other than that, all I can say is the price reflected in Euros is absolutely 100% correct.
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Version 1.11
contact-87
contact-87
31 October 2007
For anyone interested, after speaking with the customer it was discovered that the Temporis license in question was sold by MacUpdate during a promotional period, and not through the Bartas Technologies web store. If you purchased a Bartas product through MacUpdate and have questions about the pricing, please contact MacUpdate directly as the transaction was conducted through their point-of-sale system. Whew! What a fun ride! :-)
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Version 1.11
Hervé-5
23 October 2007
very efficient, simple app. very offending way of selling it to an european. (1$=1,25€. Should I have known, I'd not have bought :-( )
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Version 1.1
Splunk23
29 May 2007
Great interface. Would love to use this on a regular basis, if it were possible to use images in my timelines.
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Version 1.0.1
Izac
11 December 2006
Wow! Great app! Probably the easiest to use timeline software I've ever tried. Very intuitive, customizable and well thought out.
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Version 1.0