|Name||Currency Assistant 3.2.2|
|Created on||2015-09-26 00:05:03|
|Files||Currency Assistant 3.2.2.dmg (6.08 MB)|
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: 10.6+
Processor type(s) & speed: Intel
RAM minimum: 0
Video RAM: 0
Currency Assistant 3.2.2 (July 21, 2015)
The automatic update of the Bank of Canada rates has been restored after the Bank of Canada changed the contents of the Daily Noon Rates CSV file.
Some other minor improvements have been introduced.
Link for more information: http://www.mabasoft.net/products/currencyAssistant.html
Currency Assistant is a very flexible currency conversion calculator. It lets you convert between 174 world currencies and automatically updates exchange rates over the Internet.
With Currency Assistant you can easily create multiple converters, import and convert series of amounts, calculate and convert the result of expressions, and quickly log, save, export, and print your conversions.
Currency Assistant is a streamlined and simple to use OS X app that lets you create and use as many currency conversion windows as you need. Each of them can contain up to 24 currencies and has its own tape in a drawer to log conversion results.
Converters are very easy to set up or edit, have an Action pop-up menu to quickly accomplish recurrent tasks and a Rate pop-up menu to view and copy exchange rates, and can be closed when you don't need them so that they aren't in your way.
Currency Assistant speeds up calculating conversions. You can copy multiple amounts from Excel or another application and paste them to the desired input display: Currency Assistant will automatically convert all the pasted amounts and log results in the tape.
•The irrevocably fixed Latvian lats (LVL) euro conversion rate (1 EUR = 0.702804 LVL) has been introduced after the euro replaced the lats and became legal tender in Latvia on January 1, 2014.
•The Zimbabwe dollar (ZWD), which was suspended indefinitely in April 2009 due to hyperinflation, has been deleted. The Zimbabwean government legalized the use of foreign currencies in January 2009 and all transactions are now in foreign currencies, mainly the US dollar and the South African rand.
Keygen courtesy of C.O.R.E