Development is still going on, but at a slower pace. There might not be a “final” 1.4.0 release for a while. I might do another Windows-only 1.4.0 beta or “prerelease” release at some point. Or maybe it will be a 1.4.1 beta. (Unfortunately at the moment I can’t do OS-X builds at all but the plan is to do those again at some point.)
Longer term plans (around the 1.5.0 version) involve dropping support for Windows XP (and probably Vista, I can’t test on that anyway) and OS-X 10.6 (*). So if you now have a bug, a quirk or a relatively simple feature request you want considered in the Windows XP or OS-X 10.6 compatible builds, let me know. I need to drop the old operating systems compatibility in order to be able to modernize the HourGlass codebase a bit and be able to use newer C++ compilers/features.
(*) This will be the real deal, not just “it might run but isn’t supported by me”. The app is simply not going to run anymore on those operating systems. Or if it does, it’ll just crash and burn soon after starting up.