Mozilla Calendar 0.8 Released
Thursday September 12th, 2002
A new version of Mozilla Calendar has been released for Linux and Windows. Amongst other improvements, Calendar 0.8 allows users to subscribe to remote calendar files and publish their events to a WebDAV-enabled server. Read the full article for more details and installation links.
Saturday September 14th, 2002 12:08 PM
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Beautiful UI. One UI improvement may be to move the time labels up, close to the line there the hour starts. That is actually the line belonging to that hour!
Also, (may be already taken care os) the time format - we euro-idiots are used to a 24 hr clock - or at least the day starting at 00:00.
The day/night bar is cool. The whole app is beautiful - I think it invites to thinking about functional improvents because it is so pretty.