Mariner Calc
Mariner Calc
5.6

3.4

Mariner Calc free download for Mac

Mariner Calc

5.6
22 January 2008

Powerful, streamlined spreadsheet.

Overview

Mariner Calc is the ultimate number cruncher. Mariner Calc is a powerful, yet streamlined spreadsheet for the Mac OS X designed for the analysis, simulation and forecasting of numerical data.

What's new in Mariner Calc

Version 5.6:
  • Added Leopard compatibility
  • Added COUNTIF function & optional parameters
  • Added SUMIF function & optional parameters
  • Added support for lots of file types like .csv, .tab, etc..
  • Added Horizontal Scrolling support
  • Added Support for 2 Finger Scrolling on trackpads
  • Added info on Named ranges to the User guide
  • Added more cowbell - while editing a cell, save now produces cowbell
  • Added window position and scroll state is saved when a window is closed
  • Updated the Function Guide
  • Updated the User Guide
  • Updated the 'missing volume' dialog
  • Updated a Calc "expired" nag dialog to version 5.6
  • Fixed several issues where sort wouldn't work properly
  • Fixed an extended floating point issue
  • Fixed a crash when opening unicode files
  • Fixed a crash when editing a header/footer
  • Fixed an issue where the X Axis erroneously opened the dialog for the Y axis
  • Fixed the reversed options in the Delete "Entire Row/Column" dialog
  • Fixed an issue where the CHAR function performed inconsistently
  • Fixed an issue where Calc could crash on sort
  • Fixed an issue where SQRT() function produced Trunc() instead
  • Fixed an issue where =NA and #NUM caused floating point errors
  • Fixed an issue where Calc could hangs and crash under Leopard
  • Fixed an issue where pasted date data overtakes formatting
  • Fixed an issue where Opening attached file crashes Calc on Intel Macs
  • Fixed several string table errors on excel file conversion
  • Fixed an issue that led to poor conversion of text data from Excel 2004
  • Fixed a crash that could occur on drag fill left using dates
  • Fixed an issue where Excel files could translate incorrectly
  • Fixed an issue where Untitled Documents didn't get marked dirty
  • Fixed the Move Dialog so text isn't cutoff

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victorbishop
16 April 2009

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Great product from a great company. Do you really need all that comes with Excel? Not I.
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Version 5.6
exmexgringo
10 July 2019
I have used Mariner for awhile for doing mortgages and found that the date is limited to 2/6/40 or as a number 49710. It means it can't be used for long mortgage loans over about 20 years. Is there a software update or solution for this ?
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Version 5.6
Sampler
13 March 2016
I left a positive review seven years ago.. On OS X 10.9.5, my tax prep spreadsheet is still working well.
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Version 5.6
rayj
20 July 2014
The OS X version of Calc is no longer listed on the developer's website.
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Version 5.6
Cgc
25 April 2013
Won't open any of my .xlsx or .xlsm files so into the Trashcan you go. Plus it looks like an OS 9 app.
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Version 5.6
Uncoy
21 November 2010
Won't open xlsx documents. If you want a simple attractive spreadsheet for Mac, Tables is the answer. If you want a sophisticated one, LibreOffice has you covered. Mariner Calc is out of date and not very attractive.
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Version 5.6
River-Valley
04 June 2009
The only reason the score is not 1 or zero is because in the OS9 days it was quite a great spreadsheet, i'd say even more powerful than it is now However it is infuriatingly disobedient, especially when it comes to calculations involving time variables. Frankly i'm just disappointed through and through. However its not as cumbersome as NeoOffice or OpenOffice, but as a commercial paid-for application i would have offered my customers a bit more - view zoom at the very minimum One of its saving graces however is that it will load in any Excel file without error whereas the two opensurce and even Excel itself does all sorts of print errors on older version files. Its causing me a lot of time lost and as much as i'd like to continue with it until its justified its purchase, i think the equation is running backwards. Its a piece of *klonk* man. Going back to 3D calc on my Atari !
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Version 5.6
victorbishop
16 April 2009
Great product from a great company. Do you really need all that comes with Excel? Not I.
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Version 5.6
Sampler
07 January 2009
I own Excel and I have on occasion used the NeoOffice spreadsheet because it works well with tables in the Writer documents. Both have a more polished look than Mariner Calc. However I hate working in Excel. Most sheets open up in a two-page look that separates columns. NeoOffice is not snappy and has all those controls to manage. I reach for Calc when I need to get something done. For the last course I taught, I created layers to grade homework and exams and linked them to create the final grading sheet. I too miss the ability to zoom. For looking at spreadsheets created by others, Calc is not my first choice. But for actual work, it's just about perfect.
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Version 5.6
Georgedonnelly
03 April 2007
Mariner Calc is decent software with some minor bugs. However, I'd like to note how very difficult they make it for paying customers to upgrade their Mariner Calc installs. I own a current, valid license for Mariner Calc. To upgrade I had to fill out a form on their website with my name and email address and opt-out of their mailing list. Then I had to confirm my email address "to reduce spam". That makes no sense, I am not emailing them I trying to upgrade my licensed copy of their app. Anyway I do this and it takes me to the download page. I click on the download link and lo behold and I must AGAIN fill out this form and opt-out of their mailing list before they will give me the latest version of the app I paid $50 for. Mariner, take a page from Panic, Adium, iBank and the likes and do NOT make your customers jump through irritating hoops to upgrade!!
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Version 5.5.1
Anonymous
04 July 2005
It is such a relief not to have to rely on Excel which on my machine (400 MHz G4 upgraded to 1GHz, running 10.4.1) took about 15 minutes to start and often failed, claiming that there were corrupt fonts. Mariner Calc imported all the Excel spreadsheets I tried it with, although one formula didn't convert properly.
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Version 5.4
$49.95

3.4

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
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