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Rainlendar 2.6

Von Rainy  (Freeware)
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Rainlendar is a customizable calendar that displays the current month. It is a very lightweight application that doesn't use much system resources or take much space on your desktop.

  • Small and lightweight
  • Different type events can have different appearence
  • Supports Windows transparency
  • Synchronizes events between several clients
  • Localized for multiple languages
  • Shows an alarm when an event is due
  • Supports iCal files.
  • Shows Outlook's appointments
  • Includes a todo-list
  • Works also as Litestep plugin
  • Displays the current date in tray icon
  • Can stick to the desktop (i.e. doesn't hide with Show Desktop)
  • Hotkeys for quick access
  • Easy skinning with an UI
Titel: Rainlendar 2.6
Dateiname: Rainlendar-Lite-2.6.exe
Dateigröße: 4.53MB (4,752,253 Bytes)
Anforderungen: Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / Windows 7 / XP 64-bit / Vista 64-bit / Windows 7 64-bit / Windows 8 / Windows 8 64-bit / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64-bit
Sprachen: Mehrere Sprachen
Lizenz: Freeware
Datum hinzugefügt: 23 August 2009
Autor: Rainy
www.rainlendar.net
MD5-Prüfsumme: 0E3E26E8E3D8C68BFF736F1118864A08

o Windows with edit controls moved incorrect place on Linux if copy transparency was used. Fixed.
o The status field didn't work for Outlook tasks. Fixed.
o Some monthly recurring events which spanned across the year end were not shown correctly. Fixed.
o QuickAdd didn't always set the year correctly. Fixed.
o If "Disable keyboard shortcuts" is enabled the menu shortcuts are not shown in the context menu,
o Grouping events in the event list showed items twice if they defined a start time. Fixed.
o Added #DATE# as the substitute for the buttons in the lists. The substituted date is a string in format YYYYMMDD.
o Tooltips were not shown in the correct position for the url icons. Fixed.
o Alarms are removed from the events with RECURRENCE-ID property because they set as read-only.

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