Version history for PowerController, the iTunes alarm clock:

v2.1.3 (November 5, 2007)

- Compatible with Mac OS 10.5 (Leopard).

- Minute field of event time is editable in Leopard.

- Updated eSellerate libraries to fix registration problems in Leopard.

v2.1.2 (October 10, 2007)

- Automatically recognizes when you change your time zone in System Preferences and reschedules your alarms. You no longer need to log out and log back in after changing your time zone.

v2.1.1 (May 30, 2006)

- All of the sub-components of PowerController are now built as Universal Binaries. In v2.1, the PowerController preference pane was Universal but the PowerManagerDaemon was not Universal.

v2.1 (April 26, 2006)

- iTunes alarms and wake events can launch an application, open a file, or run a script.

v2.0 (April 11, 2006)

- Compatible with Intel Macs (Universal Binary).

v1.7.1 (March 28, 2006)

- Fixed situation where computer could wake for an old event that is no longer scheduled.

- Version checker tells you the newest version available for your specific operating system.

v1.7 (December 19, 2005)

- Improved playlist loading speed for large music libraries.  If you have a lot of music, PowerController may take a few seconds to load during the first run, but will load much faster on subsequent uses.

- Improved version checker to work around a bug in Apple's initWithContentsOfURL method of NSData.

v1.6 (November 2, 2005)

- Wakes iMac G5 computers from sleep.

- Preference pane displays version number.

- The columns of the event table remember their size and position.

- Correctly prevents idle sleep while snoozing an iTunes alarm.

- Fixed situation where computer could wake for an old event that is no longer scheduled.

- The About window becomes active window after selecting "About PowerController..." from the menubar item.

- Fixed possible conflict with Visage, the customization utility for Mac OS X. After opening PowerController or Visage in System Preferences, switching to the other preference pane occasionally resulted in an empty window in System Preferences, a non-functional "Register" button, or a registered app claiming that it wasn’t registered.

v1.3.1 (June 20, 2005)

- Includes the same new features and enhancements for Mac OS 10.3 Panther as version 1.5 provided for Mac OS 10.4 Tiger.

- Version 1.3.1 is only for Mac OS 10.3 Panther. Users of OS 10.4+ should use the newest version of PowerController.

v1.5 (June 16, 2005)

- Added option to shuffle playlists in iTunes.

- Fixed issue where PowerController 1.4 wouldn't wake computer from sleep on some Tiger systems.

- If iTunes cannot be played, the system beep is played repeatedly as a backup alarm.

- Fixed memory leak.  In rare cases, this leak could have prevented events from triggering.

- Allows users to enter serial number to reinstall.  Users have always been able to enter their order code to re-enter registration information, but the new method is easier.

- Version 1.5 is only for Mac OS 10.4 Tiger and will not install on earlier versions of OS X.

v1.4 (May 18, 2005)

- Tiger compatible.

- No longer prevents idle sleep in Mac OS 10.4.

- Version 1.4 is only for Mac OS 10.4 Tiger and will not install on earlier versions of OS X.

v1.3 (September 14, 2004)

- iTunes alarm message window is now optional and user can choose not to have it displayed.

v1.2 (September 2, 2004)

- Snooze duration is customizable for each iTunes alarm.

- iTunes alarms may be "snoozed" by pressing any non-modifier key on the keyboard.

v1.1 (August 1, 2004)

- Added 10 minute snooze feature to iTunes alarms.

v1.0.3 (July 17, 2004)

- Fixed issue where wake events and iTunes alarms could still occur one more time after being modified, disabled, or deleted by the user.  PowerController will no longer wake the computer for these 'non-existent' events.

v1.0.2 (July 13, 2004)

- Fixed issue which could have prevented a PowerController background process from launching after a logout, restart, or shutdown.  This bug would have prevented any scheduled PowerController events from occurring.

- Fixed automatic version check and corrected the bundle version.

v1.0.1 (July 10, 2004)

- Changed name to PowerController at the request of makers of an OS 9 app.

- Register button no longer has shadow artifacts

- Other minor internal tweaks.

v1.0 (October 25, 2003)

- Compatible with Mac OS 10.3 (Panther)

- No longer hangs in Options tab of Event Editor window in OS 10.3

- Fixed widget highlighting issues in Event Editor window in OS 10.3

- Initial iTunes 'alarm duration' slider value corresponds to actual value displayed

- Wake message, iTunes alarm event message, and 'About PowerController' windows now appear as active frontmost windows

- Changed name to PowerController to avoid naming conflict with an old OS 9 product.

v1.0b4 (April 8, 2003)

- No longer prevents idle sleep (as specified in the Energy Saver pref pane).

- Fixed possible crashing bug in background application.  This bug would have prevented scheduled PowerManager events from occurring. 

- Fixed bug which prevented the 'Library' playlist from being highlighted in iTunes if it was selected as the playlist for an iTunes alarm.  Previously, songs were played from the main Library, but it wasn't highlighted in iTunes.

- About panel is accessible from the status item (in the menu bar).

v1.0b3 (March 31, 2003)

- Automatic update check now runs in a separate thread to prevent preference pane from hanging temporarily on launch.

- Status item (in menu bar) now updates info about the next event properly.

- The iTunes playlist you select for iTunes alarms is now highlighted in iTunes.  Previously, the correct playlist was used by PowerManager, but it wasn't highlighted in iTunes.

v1.0b2 (March 29, 2003)

- Fixed bug where computer wouldn't wake from sleep due to permissions problems.

v1.0b1 (March 29, 2003)

- Initial public release.