LSDate
LSDate 1.1.5
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Menubar item copies current date and time to clipboard.   Demo ($14.99)
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LSDate* is a menu bar app which copies the current date and/or time, or a date and/or time chosen from a calendar-clock control, onto the clipboard when a menu selection is made.

The menu items display various standard and custom formats which are selected or created in the preference window, respectively.

This app also displays the current date and time in the menu bar, in various built-in and custom styles (using date-time format strings), chosen or entered, resp., in the preference window.

When a date and time are selected in the calendar-clock
What's New
Version 1.1.5:
  • Added the ability to specify the menu bar display date-time using date-time format strings.
Requirements
Intel, Mac OS X 10.4.4 or later



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  • ClipBuddy
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  • DateServices
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burypromote

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abofrapa commented on 08 Jan 2008
If you really need this shareware, consider Greg Weston's DateServices, which is freeware.
[Version 1.0.1]

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burypromote

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Limit Point Software (developer) replied on 08 Jan 2008
LSDate has the option of displaying the value that will be copied to the clipboard, but your selected alternative does not (and also does not use the clipboard.) But I like the idea of adding such functionality to the services menu, as an alternative to using the clipboard as LSDate does. So I will consider adding that feature to LSDate.

Now, LSDate. although not freeware, is part of the Limit Point Software utilities bundle. That means when you make a donation you receive a key that activates all the utility software:

http://www.limit-point.com/Utilities.html

So you get much more than just LSDate. Upgrades to all is always free, and new products added to the bundle are always included!

I invite you to take a look.
burypromote

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Ashkenaz replied on 23 Oct 2010
MacUpdate reports the latest update to DateServices to have been on 11 Jul 2007 (for Tiger compatibility!), while LSDate is still under active development.
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Downloads:3,057
Version Downloads:50
Type:Utilities : System
License:Demo
Date:26 May 2013
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $14.99
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LSDate* is a menu bar app which copies the current date and/or time, or a date and/or time chosen from a calendar-clock control, onto the clipboard when a menu selection is made.

The menu items display various standard and custom formats which are selected or created in the preference window, respectively.

This app also displays the current date and time in the menu bar, in various built-in and custom styles (using date-time format strings), chosen or entered, resp., in the preference window.

When a date and time are selected in the calendar-clock control the menu displays the time difference between the current date its selected date, at the top of the menu.

*Note: LSDate is called ClipDateTime in the Mac App Store.

LSDate is a member of the Utilities Bundle: http://www.limit-point.com/Utilities/. Your registration (purchase) of LSDate provides you with an access key to ALL the utilities, not just LSDate. That's a great deal for just $14.99. Check it out!


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