A new development version of Rainlendar was released this weekend and the build number has reached 89. 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. Here’s what’s changed in this release:
- The previous build broke the vertical and horizontal line calendars. Fixed.
- Schedule options overwrite the event list’s options. Fixed.
- Daylight saving time adjustment could prevent Outlook alarms from being dismissed. Fixed.
- Added global event for online calendar status (ok/sync/offline).
- The schedule view now remembers its position when autoscroll is disabled.
- The event list showed one too many future days. Fixed.
|Version number||2.6 build 89 beta|
|Operating systems||Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 2000, Linux, Windows XP, macOS, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP x64, Windows Server 2003 x64, Linux AMD64, Linux IA-64, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows Server 2008|