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Interactive Desktop Calendar

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  1. rish

    rish Member

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    Hey, i have windows XP and am on the lookout for a free desktop calendar application (with integrated alarm and other features perhaps?).

    Preferably it'd just "stick" to my current desktop in a transparent fashion, until i hover over it, but would still let me see notes (or things to do) in each of the "date" boxes.

    I hope im not talking gibberish, but if anyone has any ideas where i can get such a free package, that doesnt require me to open another program to view the calendar, id appreciate it.

    Thanks
     
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    thanks for the reply venom.

    i found that site while googling before posting, and even though i found a few similar products, nothing came as close to that, thanks.

    only problem is that i think you have to pay $24.95 for it, it gives an option for a free download but i *think* its just a trial?
     
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    There are ways around that! :)

     
  5. rish

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    lol, well didn't think there would be...

    ahem, time to insert some random words into google...


    oh before i do, is this transparent on the wallpaper on my desktop, or does it work in another window?? id prefer one integrated with my desktop wallpaper
     
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    That's what I use...it is a great program!!!

    Inbeds itself to Firefox and is very easy.

    :)

    Sorry, when I get home, I will take a look on google, to see if I can find one for you. But, I think that is the only one.
     
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    im an IE sticker, will it work with that or for Mozilla users only?
     
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    Sunbird is a standalone app and doesn't need FireFox to operate.
     
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    So now you tell me!

    ;)
     

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