TinyCal 0.12: A New Interface!
TinyCal 0.12b Refreshed in December 2008
The new expanding-width interface for access to the options. Weekends are
shown in green, and legal holidays in red. February 14, in
purple, is a user-defined event, and February 12 is Lincoln's Birthday.
What do you do when you need to know the date, but don't have a calendar around? If you're like
me, you'd point your mouse to the clock and wait for the date tooltip to pop up. But that's a
waste of time, and doesn't help much if you need to go back or ahead a few weeks. So, I sat
down with Delphi and wrote TinyCal.
version 0.12b, a 274,432 byte self-extracting executable file updated on December 15, 2008. This refresh
corrects the incorrect mouseover display of January 2009's year when stepping by week.
- Displays a calendar week and current time in a small space in an out-of-the-way location
- User-definable fonts and colors
- Weekends shown in green, current date in blue, major holidays in red, other holidays in fushia, and user-entered events in purple
- Point mouse at day and tooltip shows date information, including holiday names and how many days until that date
- Buttons to let you look at weeks and months in the past or future, and automatically return to current week after defined amount of time
- Drag TinyCal to anywhere on the screen and it remembers the position for next time
- Access to setup tabs via right click on date or time labels
TinyCal test version