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Rainlendar Lite

Rainlendar Lite

Rainlendar is a feature rich calendar application that is easy to use and does not take much space on your desktop.

It can store your daily events and task and keep them visible on your desktop all the time. You can also have a separate list for your long term tasks. The task list can be arranged several ways so that you can keep it better organized. A due date for the tasks can also be set to make sure they are completed on time.

The appearance of the calendar can be changed with skins to make it match your desktop. The application is very customizable so you can configure it for your liking.

Rainlendar uses the standard iCalendar format to store its events and tasks so you can easily transfer them between applications.

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Price
Free to download

Size
10.1MB
License

Proprietary

Developer
Kimmo Pekkola

Website
www.rainlendar.net

System Requirements
Ubuntu 7.10 or equivalent
CPU: 500 MHz or higher, x86
Hard disk: 15 MB of space
RAM: 512 MB

gtk+ 2.12 or higher
libc6 2.6 or higher
tofrodos

Support Sites:
Wiki, FAQ, Forums

Selected Reviews:
blogspot

Features include:

  • Multiple calendars
  • Import & Explort
  • To do list
  • Alarms
  • Automate events and tasks
  • Backups
  • Scripting
  • Printing
  • Search
  • Customizable
  • Change the appearence of calendars with skins
  • Uses standard iCalendar format
  • Localization support

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