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Re: [ANNOUNCE] SimpleAgenda 0.36

From: Lars Sonchocky-Helldorf
Subject: Re: [ANNOUNCE] SimpleAgenda 0.36
Date: Sun, 20 Jan 2008 04:52:41 +0100

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Am 20.01.2008 um 01:27 schrieb Philippe Roussel:

Hi all,

I've just released SimpleAgenda 0.36. SimpleAgenda is an easy to use
agenda and calendar application supporting events (appointments) and
tasks. For more informations, see



GNUstep Startup 0.19.0
libical 0.27



What's new

version 0.36 (2008/01/20)
        * Calendar UI changes : to reduce calendar size, use different
          visual hints. Today has a yellow background (unchanged), the
          selected day cell is bezeled/pushed (was a bold font) and busy
          days use a bold font (instead of a tick mark). Always show six
          weeks with black text for the chosen month and white text for
          the previous and next ones. Use a defined font size so that it
          all fits whatever the user choose as a default size.
        * Day view : circle through appointments with TAB and edit the
          selected one with enter
        * Day view : no more appointments overlapping. The algorithm is
          not 100% correct, we might want to change that in the future
        * Change license for future GNUstep GPLv3 release compatibility
          Thanks to Yavor Doganov for pointing out the issue.
        * Use ETags to prevent overwriting distant modifications
        * Add a menu item to force agendas to reload their data
        * Bug fixes and various improvements
        * Experimental GroupDAV support : some things work but use with
          care. Feedback appreciated

Known problems

    * wrong week numbers in the calendar (it's libical's fault...)
As always, comments, bug reports and suggestions will be appreciated,
this time especially on the UI changes.

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