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TODAY PLUGIN: Mohairsofa Calendar+ updated to support Windows Mobile 2003SE
Posted by Carlo Guerrero - on Saturday, 25.09.04 - 17:09:52 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 16640x
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This is probably the only Today Plugin available today that is faithful to the Microsoft design of the Today Screen. Calendar+ aims to give the user the ability to view upcoming appointments several days in advance and is pretty configurable to do more than that too.

The latest version of Calendar+ adds support for Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition and its support for landscape mode. It does a lovely job of wrapping long appointment descriptions so that they fit into the screen. Handling the appointments from portrait to landscape and back works pretty well too.

Features Added

  • Full support for Windows Mobile 2003 SE, including screen rotation, VGA screens and the new Windows Mobile joypad interface to the Today screen.
  • Support for both Agenda Fusion and Pocket Informant replacement PIMs.
  • Support for RTL languages.
  • Additional layouts.

Bugs Fixed

  • Line spacing is now proportional with font size.
  • "View the next n appointments" no longer constrained to 31 days.
  • Recurring all day events are now counted correctly for days other than today.
  • Some performance tweaks.

Calendar+ is freeware and can be downloaded from the Mohairsofa website

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