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Thread: Needed...... Desktop Calendar

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    skelley521's Avatar puter ghost
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    I am looking for a calendar program that will run in the system tray, that when clicked on will bring up 2 months or so.
    Nothing fancy as this person only wants to use it for a reference.
    I looked at Rainlendar, but it is more than is needed.
    It is for a puter system that can not afford anything that uses a lot of memory or cpu cycles.

    Thanks,
    Steve

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    do a search for sysmetrix some thing there will suit ur needs
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    muchspl2
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    have you thought about a shell replacement like ashton
    some theme's have clock/calender built in to the wallpaper

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    yep shell replavement will be good. try litestep. there is calender that can go along with it

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    You can also use Rainlendar.

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    LOL... For a simple calender, shell replacement is just total overkill.
    TClockEx adds extra functionality to your systray clock. You can set it up so a monthly calendar appears when you left click the clock, and you can cycle through past and following months with ease.



    Edit: Added pic.

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    skelley521's Avatar puter ghost
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    Good ideas, but I think Tclock fits this persons needs the best.

    Thanks uNz[i]
    Steve

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    there is also one called Saythetime that I used to use

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    shn's Avatar 3μ|\|(7
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    Originally posted by Mik3ll@23 February 2004 - 21:21
    You can also use Rainlendar.
    I recommend Rainlendar as well.

    There is no need to replace your shell just to satisfy a need as simple as that.

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