Calendar applet for PointUI Home2


Weekend has always been short, but I still managed to find some time to update my Calendar applet for PointUI Home2 

Calendar main view (landscape)

Version 1.6 is finally released. Here’s a quick summary of the fixes, enhancements and added features.

April-21: version 1.6 beta-1 download link for VGA/WVGA and QVGA/WQVGA

  • Fix: Today indicator and text does not automatically get updated (when a new Today occurs)
  • Fix: Bug in the appointment area which always default to year 2009
  • Enhance: Optimize performance esply when you switch from month to month
  • Enhance: Improved UI for All Appointment/Day view
  • Added: Variable size applet support (applet now make use of the available applet space, based on your setting such as full screen, search button, etc)
  • Added: Landscape support (for wvga screen, the appointments will show on the right hand side of the calendar)
  • Added: Year view to select and jump to the month calendar view
  • Installation Prerequisite: Home2 0.30b must be installed
  • Installation Note: Install the CAB and add the calendar applet from the applet screen. The loading time of the applet could take a few seconds but this is only when you first add the applet, or when PointUI is starting up. Copy theTheme.XML file to your active theme folder for optimal display

calendar main screen (month-view)

calendar main screen (month-view)

Calendar Day View

Calendar Day View

Calendar Year View

Calendar Year View

Calendar Year View (landscape)

Calendar Year View (landscape)

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