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Looking for a minimalist Desktop Calendar Application..

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I have downloaded Classic Calendar and find it ideal for my needs, the only problem I have with it is that it starts in a large window in the centre of the screen.
I can reduce it and put it just above the clock, then minimise it to the system tray, it will stay put until I reboot, so every morning I have to put it back.

Anyone know if it's possible to carry the settings across a reboot?

Just had a thought, could running it in portable mode be the problem?

Hi Mouser,
just checking in to see where things stand re the "minimalist calendar".
-chrisk (April 05, 2013, 09:59 AM)
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well, i guess i gave up on it for another year and will continue to use my paper calendar and cogitate on the issue some more.

Judging by two recent threads on DC, mouser's next project should be a calendar/email program

  I've been using RTPO (Ready To Print Organizer) since 1998 and have never had an issue.  It only cost $19.95, and doesn't have any crapware, at least the last time I downloaded it.  lol  It really has a lot of bells and whistles for such a small program.  It loads up in a blink of the eye and switches screens just as fast....

hi mouser and all,
well, pity that the project is sort of "suspended" for now.

my question then to all the "calendar searchers" out there is:
does anybody know of a "simple and basic" calendar program which, as mouser initially stated, offers click-and-enter-text AND (this being the function i definitely need) click-and-change-backgroundcolor [multiple color choice!] for any day of the grid? 

thanks and cheers


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