Friday 19th August, 2011
A small update for Desktop Calendar 7 brings some minor additions and fixes:
- Search results are no longer limited, instead scroll bar is displayed
- You can now disable alerts by un-ticking the "Alert me after" setting
- Adding tooltip to event title on flyout so long titles can be read
- Renamed "Cancel" button on Print dialog to more accurate "Close"
- Made the main swirl on the black skin background a little more subtle
- Un-installer now asks before removing data files and categories
- BUG FIX: Stopped registry cleaners from removing entries on 64bit systems
- BUG FIX: After editing a search result, could then not click on any days
- BUG FIX: Issue with accept button hotkey on flyout when searching
- BUG FIX: Focus issue on event title when editing event
- BUG FIX: Spelling mistakes
Monday 11th April, 2011
Another update for Popup Pad brings print support and other improvements. See the change log below:
- Added print support.
- You can now use the hotkey CTRL + W to close a tab in addition to CTRL + F4.
- If the program is started while already running, the existing instance is shown.
- Confirmation now given after setting a new hotkey.
- BUG FIX: Now displays a friendly error if a website link cannot open.
Download version 1.6 of Popup Pad here.
Wednesday 6th April, 2011
CSV Import and Export guides have now been made for the following versions of Microsoft Outlook:
- How do I Import a CSV file into Outlook 2000?
- How do I Export a CSV file from Outlook 2000?
- How do I Import a CSV file into Outlook 2007?
- How do I Export a CSV file from Outlook 2007?
- How do I Import a CSV file into Outlook 2010?
- How do I Export a CSV file from Outlook 2010?
The import guides are specific to Desktop Calendar 7, but guides for different versions of the calendar can be found in their respective support sections. Demonstration videos are also available for the Importing a CSV file into Outlook 2010 and Exporting a CSV file from Outlook 2010 guides.
Tuesday 29th March, 2011
The website has been resigned to bring it in line with the look of the Desktop Calendar site. Not only is it visually better, there are also practical improvements such as seeing the latest version and release date for every program on the home page, more cohesion between the programs, and easier navigation.