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Description: Diary
Download: aorganiser.lha
Version: 1.4
Date: 07 Jan 17
Category: office/misc
FileID: 10116
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Comment by: Tuxedo ( 12 Jan 2017, 21:05File version: 1.4
Hello Andy,
sorry for question...but since I'm using(and need it to syncronize throught my devices) google calendar there was any hope to get simple google calendar event syncronization in future?
There was really any way I can use a program like that in 2017 without syncro...sorry...

And aslo was for sure as BIG step forward for AmigaOS to have such a feature imho..
Comment by: blmara ( 10 Aug 2014, 15:44File version: 1.2
A couple of comments with version 1.2:
1. It would be great if the gadgets of the main window would have tooltips. Now one has to try to click the gadgets to know what are they for.

2. The About menu item does nothing

3. Event properties window - end date gadget is quite picky about the format of date. Entering weekday (in English or in the current locale of Finnish) doesn't work. The end date seems to stay in the gadget even if I change the calendar day.
a) how about using datebrowser.gadget?
b) could one 'paint' a sequence of days to enter multi-day-event?

Comment by: Lio ( 07 Aug 2014, 20:56File version: 1.2
Thx for adding one of my wish (the month-week-day as tooltype) and hope you will add in the future the alarm !
Comment by: Younghippie ( 07 Aug 2014, 18:26File version: 1.2
A great programm with a great potencial if the programmer add the features he planned for future within.
Comment by: tekmage ( 17 Nov 2011, 04:37File version: 0.10
Looks great. How much effort is it to "link" AOrganize to a caldav server? I'd imagine using pythons or perls caldav handler might speed up the effort.

Keep up the great work!
Comment by: broadblues ( 17 Nov 2011, 02:48File version: 0.10
It is localised. I just don't have any translations.
Comment by: Prober ( 17 Nov 2011, 02:15File version: 0.10
Is there any chance to support localization?
Comment by: broadblues ( 15 Nov 2011, 16:06File version: 0.7
Your right there is something weird going on with Jan 1st 2012, it's not leap year related though, as leap year errors would only kick in after Feb 29th

It only occurs on the monthly view. But oddly if you work through the two page view, it's skips Jan 1st 2012 completely and goes onto Monday 2nd

I only use in Week In View mode, so I've never spotted this.
Comment by: djrikki ( 14 Nov 2011, 01:42File version: 0.7
Minor correction to the below code I pasted earlier:

If year % 4 = 0
If year % 100 = 0
If year % 400 = 0
leapyear = True
leapyear = False
leapyear = True
leapyear = False
Comment by: djrikki ( 13 Nov 2011, 21:25File version: 0.7
I suspect you are missing code for handling leapyears, maybe you have it at startup, but not during switching months.

Here is code written in Hollywood, you should be adapt this to C easily enough.

If year % 4 = 0
If year % 100 = 0
If year % 400 = 0
leapyear = True
leapyear = False
leapyear = True
leapyear = True
Comment by: djrikki ( 13 Nov 2011, 21:16File version: 0.7
Hi, if you look at December 31st 2011 its a Saturday - logically the following day is a Sunday.
If you skip to January 2012 in AOrganiser it shows the 1st as being a Monday!
Comment by: Trez ( 27 Sep 2006, 23:40File version: 0.4
Great stuff! I've been waiting for a replacement for Digita's for ages :)
Comment by: spot ( 27 Sep 2006, 15:53File version: 0.4
hmm nice one. looks good too.
Comment by: anonymous ( 26 Sep 2006, 18:55File version: 0.4
I am surprised, that is a very important project ;) Hope, it will be continued.
I need a replacement for the digita org...

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