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[8:28 AM]
Guess What? It's Time For Another Update To PandoCalendar!
The good people at Panda Systems have released another version of PandoCalendar, their freeware desktop calendar program. The new version contains new features and other enhancements. According to Panda Systems:

PandoCalendar is a freeware Macintosh application that places a small customizable calendar on your desktop. The calendar may be customized by changing the frame, background color, text color, font, and font size. You can also attach notes to specific days for past or future events, and have PandoCalendar automatically plot the days you work. Great for people who don't have a Monday-Friday work schedule!

Version 4.6 - Added: daily schedules; separate fonts and sizes for the calendar, notes, and note balloons; reminders (alarms); there can now be more than seven weekly notes. Also when the calendar is being redrawn, instead of flashing to white, it now erases to the calendar's background color. Fixed a bug that would prevent the cycle information for the current day from displaying if "Underline notes" was checked. Fixed a bug where the cycle box for the current day could be drawn on top of the frame.

Being freeware, this update and the full version are free. You can grab the update and read more about the program at the company's web site.

Panda Systems



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