3 Replies Latest reply: May 8, 2012 6:23 AM by Thebestplacehere
Quantum3 Level 1 (0 points)

That's my question: Is there a "Numbers Widget" kind of thing?

 

I would really love to have the power of Numbers as a "fast access" calculator throuhg a widget, so I was sondering if something like that exists or if someone  would like to do it becuase I don't know anything about programation. We may agree some price if affordable to me, of course ^^


Widgets, Mac OS X (10.7.3), 8 cores 8 GB RAM
  • Don Archibald Level 10 (101,350 points)

    Not sure what you are looking for, but if it is an on-screen calculator -

     

    • One of the standard widgets for Dashboard is a calculator widget. To add it, open Dashboard, click the plus sign in the lower left, select (click) the item you want from the array offered.

     

    • One of the standard utility apps included is a Calculator. This has a broader set of features ehan the one in the Dashboard. You can access it via the Applications item in the Dock. To make it always available in the Dock, open Applications and start up Calculator. Its icon should appear in the Dock. Control-click or right-click that icon, and, from the Options submenu in the popup that appears, select "Always show in Dock".

  • Barney-15E Level 8 (46,319 points)

    Just use Spotlight.

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    But, note that in the example, it uses radians by default.

     

    PEMDAS is a nice calculator widget: http://www.donkeyengineering.com/pemdaswidget/index.php

  • Thebestplacehere Level 3 (705 points)

    Yes is more than one,that one currently is An Apple Design Award Winning scientific calculator,here is the link:

     

     

    Apple - Downloads - Dashboard