LunaMenu 1.2

A simple lunar phase menu bar item What is LunaMenu?

A simple menu bar item that displays an icon of the current phase of the

moon. You can also opt to have a floating moon on your desktop, and

there's a window with a detailed summary of the current moon phase. Why is LunaMenu?

Me nerdly. I'm milking the new moon phase calculations library I ported for all it's worth. How do I use LunaMenu?

Double click to install. It will appear as if nothing has happened. Look

in your menu bar, toward the upper right of your monitor, for a little

icon of the moon. How much does it cost?

Free, of course, but donations are always welcomed. Changes:

Version 1.2:

• A new, more accurate menu icon style has been added.

• The floating moon window can now be resized (small, medium and large).

• Issues with the phase names in the southern hemisphere have been fixed.

Version 1.1: Fixed "Launch at Login" checkbox bug. Tooltip of moon info can now be displayed over floating moon window.

Version 1.0: Initial release.

The LunaMenu icon, seen to the far left.

The LunaMenu uh, menu. System Requirements:

Mac OS X 10.4.x or higher (PPC or Intel). May work with 10.3 (should), but I can't test it myself. Usage:

LunaMenu is 159% Freeware. LunaMenu may be freely distributed, as long

as no fees are collected for it. You do not have to contact StimpSoft™

or the author for permission to distribute this application. Actually, I

would prefer it if you just left me alone. Really. LunaMenu uses code originally written by John Walker.