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LilCalendar

Description: Calender scheduling and reminder application
Download: lilcalendar.i386-aros.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 9Mb
Version: 1.0
Date: 10 Aug 19
Author: Nathan Hesterman
Submitter: Nathan Hesterman
Email: riversidepapa/zoho com
Requirements: SQLite3, Hollywood SQLite and MUIRoyale plugins
Category: utility/workbench
License: Freeware
Distribute: yes
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Short:			Versatile calender and reminder program
Author:			Nathan Hesterman
Uploader:		riversidepapa zoho com (Nathan Hesterman)
Type:			util/time
Version:		1.0
Requires:		i386 AROS or 68020+ Amiga, Zune/MUI,
				SQLite3, Hollywood plugins
Architecture:	i386-aros; m68k-amigaos


Lil Calendar is a versatile calendar and reminder program
using ZUNE/MUI 3.8+ and an existing functional SQLite3
installation in your path.  SQLite3 may be found on Aminet
or already exists in icAros distributions.  The Hollywood
SQLite plugin and MUIRoyale plugin are also required.
These can also be found on Aminet or the Hollywood web
site.

Easily move between months and years or use the 'Today'
button to return to today.

The preferences window allows turning on/off the titlebar
clock and display of seconds.  Select between a 24 hour or
12 hour clock display (am/pm).  Choose the first day of the
week as either Sunday or Monday.  Change the background
color of today, busy days, and free days.  The date is also
bolded to show days with scheduled items.  The preferences
window also performs database maintenance tasks of emptying
the database of all items or only of past due items.

Click on a day to open the Item window.  View all of the items
scheduled already for that day, remove an item, or add an
item by date, time, name, and multiline description.  Lil
Calendar uses a very versatile, intuitive, and easy interface
using tabs for scheduling recurring items.  Items can repeat
between 1 and 99 times.

The 'Once' tab allows you to schedule the item once on the
specified date and time.

Use the 'Daily' tab to schedule your item every 1 to 6 days
or only on workdays.

The 'Weekly' tab allows you to schedule your item every 1 to
51 weeks.

The 'Monthly' tab lets you schedule your item on the given
date every 1 to 11 months.  You may also choose to schedule
your item, for example, on the third Monday of every third
month.

Use the 'Yearly' tab to schedule an item on the given date
every 1 to 99 years.  Instead, you may choose to repeat an
item, for example, on the fourth Thursday of every November.
Using these features it was idiot proof to schedule ten
years worth of US National Holidays included in a separate
database that you may rename and use if you desire.

Included are executables for AROS i-386 or OS3+, the database
(LilCalendar.db), a sampled sound for the alarm (Alarm.wav),
and this readme document.  I also included a version of the
Zune TextEditor class because I've found that the latest
version uses invisible text.  If needed, place them in
Classes/Zune after renaming your original files.

Double clicking the desired program will launch the app
which will find these required files.  Of course you will
want to move the program to WBStartup.  In that case use the
included tooltypes (Database=SYS:LilCalendar/LilCalendar.db
and Sound=SYS:LilCalendar/Alarm.wav) for example to indicate
where the required files reside.  Replace Alarm.wav if you
have a different sampled sound or leave out the sound if
you desire silence.

Lil Calendar may also be run from a shell using the -Database
and -Sound (-d -s) arguments to indicate the location of files.

Please contact me at the above e-mail address if you find any
bugs or want additional features.  Have fun!

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Version 1.0 First release


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