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Unfinished Requests / Re: [IDEA] Simply Desktop Calendar & To-Do List
« on: September 17, 2005, 10:27 AM »
Rainlendar will definitely do the things you're after, and elegantly too; but there are other Win XP apps that do this directly onto the desktop...  Take a look at, and there is Desktop Calendar too (, and there are several Konfabulator widgets available that will do same - take a look at

ProcessTamer / Re: Seems like a memory leak.
« on: September 17, 2005, 04:25 AM »
I run it 24/7 on two laptops - both XP SP2 - without any problems...

I don't have it!  I don't have it!  I'm keen!  (But I can't really afford even the reduced price... so if you're looking for a home for one of the freebies...)

General Software Discussion / Re: Calendar software
« on: September 15, 2005, 06:01 PM »
I'm just downloading that now - it looks good on their website.  Must say that I think the contact management in The Bat! is pretty good (it was shifting from Outlook to The Bat! for email that prompted me to want to drop Outlook and explore other calendar options). 

jpfx: there is a beta of EPIM 1.6 out now, which at least allows you to turn off the clock.  I would really like it if the whole layout were more configurable - I don't like where the mini calendar is on the right, but there's nothing you can do to move it...  Also, EPIM runs quite heavy - it sits at around 20 meg even when it's shrunk to the tray, whereas Calendarscope comes in under 2 meg.

zridling: I've trying the full version of TimeCalendar at the moment, and it's lightweight and quick and nice to look at, but for me it's hobbled by not being able to synchronise with PocketPC - Calendarscope can do this, EPIM has it in development.  Also, like the current version of EPIM (but not the beta) it only prints in black and white.  The author of TimeCalendar told me he is about to launch a completely new version, so maybe it'll be able to sync and print in colour then.

General Software Discussion / Re: So you want to write a review...
« on: September 14, 2005, 08:48 AM »
Do you have time to give it a look soon?  Or just send it along to me via pm, and I'll see what I can make of it.  (I have no experience at all writing on software, though I got my first computer for my 10th birthday and I'm now 36, so I have played around a bit with them.  But I have published hundreds of reviews of poetry books, and maybe that counts for something!)

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