PCalc for Mac adds El Capitan support and new layouts

PCalc, the powerful calculator app for Mac, is now ready for OS X El Capitan with version 4.3. PCalc has also added new layouts that take after the new split screen view on the iPad app.

You'll also find a number of other improvements, as well as some bug fixes. Here's everything in PCalc 4.3:

  • Added full support for OS X 10.11 El Capitan.
  • Added an option to float the PCalc window above all other apps.
  • Added the "Split Screen iPad" layouts from PCalc on iOS 9.
  • Added a delta percentage button to most layouts as the 2nd function of percentage.
  • You can now paste simple calculations into PCalc.
  • Changed behaviour of the percentage key in algebraic mode to match the Apple calculator - old behaviour still available via "Display percentage result" option in Advanced section of Preferences.
  • Now display "Error" rather than just blinking the display on an incorrect operation.
  • Fixed a problem editing user functions and conversions with conditional skip commands.
  • Core code has been updated to match PCalc 3.5 on iOS.

PCalc 4.3 is avaialble right now on the Mac App Store.

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