Updates to Injoice are released through the Mac App Store.
Compatibility update with OSX El Capitan.
The refreshed layout introduced in version 1.9.0 introduced a lot of extra whitespace. Switching to the Helvetica typeface has also made the overall size of individual elements slightly larger. This has resulted in a print layout that uses more paper. I have minimized the whitespace of several elements and made font sizes smaller in a few instances so that more items can fit on a single printed A4-sized page.
The long awaited feature - replacing the words and phrases used in labels - is finally here!
Now that the ability to change currencies has been added, you might wonder why two options have been added to accomplish this task, and which of the two you should pick.
If you only want to change the currency symbol (eg. from a Dollar symbol to a Euro symbol), you should use the 'Currency' dropdown. Using this option will not change how monetary values are displayed, which brings us to the next option.
If you want your invoices to reflect how another country displays monetary values (which includes the currency), you should use the formatting dropdown. For example, you live in the US and want to invoice a customer living in Germany. In this case, you will choose "German (Germany)" from the dropdown. When you do this, notice that monetary values now use commas as the cents separator and that the Euro currency symbol is now placed after the total.
Initial release to the Mac App Store.