GrandCalc
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GrandCalc is a simple calculator with a modern look and feel, though excellent for computing logarithms in particular. It’s straightforward from its first launch: enter your input and go!

It has a clean display of numbers and expressions in a split view. These areas are collapsible, and you can move across a long number using the left- and right-arrow keys on your keyboard. When you press the Enter key, any new input is calculated.

It has a searchable built-in record for each operation (you can change it from All to Latest and even Last Operation to track the
What's New
Version 1.43:
  • New Calculator View
  • New Errors log
  • New right-click menus
  • All logs are now fully searchable
  • Operations List can now be cleared up and reloaded
  • Many fixes and improvements
Requirements
  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.6 or later



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Downloads:184
Version Downloads:184
Type:Education : Mathematics
License:Free
Date:06 Mar 2013
Platform:Intel 64 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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GrandCalc is a simple calculator with a modern look and feel, though excellent for computing logarithms in particular. It’s straightforward from its first launch: enter your input and go!

It has a clean display of numbers and expressions in a split view. These areas are collapsible, and you can move across a long number using the left- and right-arrow keys on your keyboard. When you press the Enter key, any new input is calculated.

It has a searchable built-in record for each operation (you can change it from All to Latest and even Last Operation to track the last one) that can be printed or saved to .txt file format, and up to six different typefaces and seven different font colors to choose from for either operations themselves, the final result, or both. You can zoom numbers to a larger size (depending on your screen size) using the usual Zoom command; under OS X 10.7 Lion (and later, in general) numbers are automatically magnified when entering Full Screen mode. GrandCalc also supports chained operations, like most portable calculators, and features a full calculator-like GUI with buttons.


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