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Using the calendar
What does not
The help-fuction (winhelp)
Printing a calendar
(but I did not try hard to make this working)
What was not tested
syncing to handhelds
I copied the directory "Schedule"
directly, no setup program.
Important is, that you have to start Schedule+ with something like:
wine /opt/schedule/SCHDPL32.EXE /U "paul"
Otherways it will ask for the username, but you cannot see that window (it's behind the splash-screen). If you want to see it, use "alt F7" and move your mouse.
Then the application asks for a file. In my case my customer needed a shared callendar. All users are using the same username and are pointing to the same shared calendar file. I made this file for the first user, than I moved it to a place where all users have read/write access.
The font of the month days at the right are not well scaled. Make the font as big as possible by changing the hight, when your mouse has a high resolution you can make it OK ;-)
missing DLL error
by Paul van der Vlis on Tuesday October 31st 2006, 6:05
This application stopped working when the daylight saving time stopped. It did not start, it gave an error about "microsoft schedule+.dll" was missing. I found that when you make a startupscript with "export TZ=GMT" and then starting the application helped. Something like "export TZ=GMT-1" did not work. "export TZ= " does work.
* RE: missing DLL error by Paul van der Vlis on Tuesday October 31st 2006, 7:31
RE: missing DLL error
by Paul van der Vlis on Tuesday October 31st 2006, 7:31
This works too, and is maybe better (Dutch specific):