[9:00 AM] Freeware Desktop Calendar Program Updates With New Features
The good people at Panda Systems have updated their freeware desktop calendar program, PandoCalendar. The new version, 5.0, includes several new features and other improvements. 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 5.0 - Added the option of having the current week always centered in the calendar, an invisible grow box in the bottom right of the frame, the option to use 24 hour time format, user definable margins when printing, made the URL and E-mail address in the about box clickable, and combined Cycles, Yearly, Monthly and Weekly recurring notes. Created new preferences and note database file formats and moved them to the new "PandoCalendar" folder in the "Preferences" folder. Fixed a conflict with Aaron, and made reminders more likely to unblank a screen saver.
PandoCalendar is freeware. You can find more information on the product at the company's web site.