An update to WebCalendarMaker has been released by its author, bringing the application to version 1.3.2. The update addresses a major bug with the program when exporting, as well as adding minor interface tweaks.
If you experienced a problem that prevented the script from exporting the calendar on many systems, you should download the update.
WebCalendarMaker creates calendars in HTML format to be posted to Web sites. Features of the program include: The main window month: The main window, seen after the registration window, is where you navigate from one month to another. Shortcuts allow you to jump from one year to the next easily. Week view screen: Here you can add or delete events. To add a simple event, you just tab through the days and type in an event title. Event detail screen: This is where you can add more information to your event. Most of the information added here will only show up in the pop up window that a user sees when they click on an event title on the calendar.
Additional advanced features allow you to edit the core code in the database to customize the calendar to suite your needs.
System requirements call for Mac OS 9 or greater — the author indicates the program has not been tested in OS X — and AppleScript 1.4.3 or greater. You will also need an Internet connection to upload your calendar to the Web.
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Download WebCalendarMaker 1.3.2