New preference to turn off automatically checking for updates. You will still be able to check manually.
New preference to configure a custom datetime format. This was only possible via the command-line in the previous version.
New preference to hide the icon if a custom datetime format is set.
New preference for highlighting columns replaces the old 'Highlight Weekends' setting. This gives you more control over the appearance of your calendar and acknowledges that the concept of 'weekend' means different things to different people.
Added option for an outlined icon which might look nicer with dark menu bars.
Added an experimental hidden feature: Itsycal can display a clock in the format of your choosing. To enable the clock, specify your custom clock format in Itsycal's preferences via the command-line. For example,
defaults write com.mowglii.ItsycalApp ClockFormat "h:mm a". To disable the clock, either delete the ClockFormat rule, or set it to an empty string. The smallest unit supported is seconds. The format patterns you can use are found here. This feature is experimental and may change in the future or even disappear.
FIX: The last version (0.10.15) introduced a bug for users on macOS 10.10 and 10.11 relating to a feature that automatically detects the country and conditionally sets the weekend to Friday/Saturday. This version removes that automatic feature for macOS 10.10 and 10.11. However, if you want Itsycal to consider Friday/Saturday as the weekend, you can type the following command in Terminal.app: defaults write com.mowglii.ItsycalApp WeekendIsFridaySaturday 1
Itsycal considers Friday/Saturday to be the weekend in the following countries:
United Arab Emirates,
You can override this behavior and enforce Saturday/Sunday weekends by issuing the following
command in Terminal.app: defaults write com.mowglii.ItsycalApp WeekendIsSaturdaySunday 1
FIX: Itsycal remembers its position in the menu bar on macOS 10.12+.