TermineX 1.0

Free
Holiday date calculator for Germany, Austria & Luxembourg.
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Familie Fischer
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TermineX uses the Gauss-algorithm for the Easter calculation (valid for all years after 1582). It is able to calculate all essential German, Bavarian, Austrian and Luxembourg holidays and also some French holidays. Use the Preferences-dialog to enable/disable the holidays you will need. In this dialog you can also determine the preview/look-back period and the language of the user interface (German, English, French). Via "File / Enter new birthdays..." you can define your own "special days / birthdays". The classical holidays will be displayed in the left section of the program's main window, and the user defined "birthdays" will be displayed in the right section of this window. In case of "birthdays" the entered birthday-date will be displayed.
What's new in this version:
Collision of calculated and fixed holidays fixed, i386-app added, PC-version added.

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TermineX uses the Gauss-algorithm for the Easter calculation.