Friday version 2.6 build 82 of Rainlendar was released. With this program it is possible to display a calendar on the desktop. Rainlendar is available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X, and is completely customizable to make. For example, the language and appearance can be adjusted, an alarm can be set and a to-do list can be kept up to date. Rainlendar is available in a free Lite version and a paid Pro version. The latter, which costs about ten euros, has the ability to share the calendar and has support for synchronization with Outlook and Google Calendar. The changelog of this release shows the following changes:
Changes in version 2.6 build 82:
- Windows with edit controls moved incorrect place on Linux if copy transparency was used. Fixed.
- The status field didn’t work for Outlook tasks. Fixed.
- Some monthly recurring events which spanned across the year end were not shown correctly. Fixed.
- QuickAdd didn’t always set the year correctly. Fixed.
- If “Disable keyboard shortcuts” is enabled the menu shortcuts are not shown in the context menu,
- Grouping events in the event list showed items twice if they defined a start time. Fixed.
- Added #DATE# as the substitute for the buttons in the lists. The substituted date is a string in format YYYYMMDD.
- Tooltips were not shown in the correct position for the url icons. Fixed.
- Alarms are removed from the events with RECURRENCE-ID property because they set as read-only.
|Version number||2.6 build 82|
|Operating systems||Windows 2000, Linux, Windows XP, macOS, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista|