Desktop Calendar Plus

Desktop Calendar Plus 1.3

Highly customizable desktop calendar.
 
1.3.6 (See all)

Desktop Calendar Plus is a highly customizable desktop calendar. Supports Google .ICS formats for importing existing calendars into Desktop Calendar Plus. Customize your calendar design intuitively, and display it on your original desktop picture! Features Easy to display: At Mission Control and Show Desktop at Expose, display your calendar quickly Size and Layout: Display the calendar as bigger as you can, or as smaller as a compact calendar, you can modify the size and layout Customizing: Changing colors, fonts, shadows, box lines so easily and intuitively. Up to your desktop pictures and your settings, you can create your unique designed calendar you have ever experienced Appearance: As our design preset is ready to use, you can customize its desing so easily. Of course, Save your preset by your own preference Switching displayed month: From Menu-bar button, you can switch to last month, current month, next month or back and forth smoothly Today, Weekday, Holiday: Specify each color of today, weekday to holiday, so that each one of day shows up in your preferred color. So easy to recognize which day it refers Week beginning: Set beginning day of week from Monday to Sunday, or let's say, set your favorite beginning day of the week Public Holidays: Support for Google ics format. Add calendar of your country and display its holidays Sub-Calendar: Display small calendars from before/after 2 months. 4 months can be displayed on your Desktop. Sure, calendar positions are allocated easily In the future..., New Calendar theme will be added Displaying your Calendar events: Support for Google Calendar and Apple Calendar (iCal) events Layout of Calendar: Up to resolution of your monitor and multi-monitors, Desktop Calendar Plus saves your layouts. Once Setting up your original Calendar layouts on each display, your layouts are saved automatically. Switching your monitor usages, you don't need to set up your preferred layouts again

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