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[7:30 AM]
Days To Go Receives A Maintenance Update
Beyond Midnight Software have announced an update to their reminder program called Days To Go. This update, version 2.1.1, is a maintenance update that fixes a couple of bugs. According to Beyond Midnight Software:

Days To Go is a reminder program which is simple to use, but powerful in the results it can provide. Past or future dates are entered by the user, along with a message to be displayed. Each time the computer is restarted, Days To Go will display the number of days since, or remaining to, the entered dates on the screen.

Additional flexibility is provided with the recurring option -- dates can be set to recur monthly (eg: repayments) or yearly (eg: birthdays, anniversaries, etc). Dates can be automatically deleted once they have passed, and the font, font size, font style, text alignment and colours used to display the messages can all be set.

This version of Days To Go fixes two bugs related to selecting the colour to use for the messages, and fixes a problem when editing dates that are set to occur later than the 28th of the month.

More information on the product can be found at the company's web site. The update is free to registered owners while the full version is priced at US$10.

Beyond Midnight Software



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