A calculator that can display everything you type as you type it, while constantly auto-updating the total. Say goodbye to the "=" key and say hello to real calculating! BetterCalc uses the standard order of operation. This means that if you type in 5+7*10, the 7*10 is calculated first, and 5 is then added to that sum. In the Apple-made calculator, you'd get a total of 120 because it calculates 5+7 first and then multiplies it with 10. In BetterCalc, you'd get the "right" total of 75 because 7*10 = 70 + 5 = 75. If you want to calculate 5+7 first, use (5+7)*10. BetterCalc supports interface modules called Skins. Skins are files that can change BetterCalcs appearance. There are seven skins (and the built-in CyberPlastix skin) in the BetterCalc package. You can also make your own skins very easily .
What's new in this version:
- Added support for CoreGraphics antialiasing in text fields and elsewhere.
- Support for Mac OS X Window menu which can be invoked either from the menubar or the BetterCalc dock icon (control click the dock icon to bring it up).
- Support for minimizing a window from the keyboard using the standard keyboard shortcut, Command-M
- Moved the Preferences menu item into ... See all new features »