PreMinder For Mac Publisher's description
from Alec Hole
PreMinder calender software for mac
Flexible Views. See your information the way you want to: switch between weekly, monthly, two-monthly, yearly or multi-week views in the Calendar window. Here, events can be viewed and moved between different dates. The Reminders window shows a daily view with an at-a-glance schedule. You can also view and edit all your notes and events for the day here.
Media-Rich Reminders. A Reminder for one day can contain text in different fonts, colours and sizes. It can also contain small images, useful for building up a diary or hiliting key information. If you need a certain piece of information to become a more formal event which might repeat or have an alarm, it can still have its own font, colour and style to differentiate it.
iCal Import & Export. Save a calendar to a file in iCal, then import the file into PreMinder, or import any stnadard vCalendar file. You can also save an iCal or vCalendar file in PreMinder, ready to be imported into another application.
Import Birthdays. Always forgetting people's birthdays? Import birthdays stored in your Mac OS X address book directly into PreMinder, then set an alarm for them. PreMinder can even calculate people's ages for you, so you don't miss an important birthday.
Click and Type. Don't fiddle around with lots of controls when you need to create an event quickly. Just click on the day you want to add something to, and start typing in the large central field in the Reminders window. Times are automatically recognised as you type. To change some text to a more formal event, select it and click an add button; you can then make the event repeat or have an alarm.
Spans. Create multi-day banner events via simple drag and drop. They can be easiy resized by dragging the edges or moved around in the Calendar window.
Repeating Events. Define events that repeat over a period of time or indefinitely. Full controls are provided for custom repeating events. Make events that repeat on the last Monday of each month, or once a week, every three days... there are a full range of possibilities.
Powerful Alarms. Any event can have an alarm attached to it which can either display a message (Growl is supported) or launch an application or open a file, or send an email to one or more people. You can specify a sound to be played when the alarm triggers. You can set when an alarm is triggered precisely, and even set it to 'pester' you-- go off several times over a specfied period so you can't miss it!
Scrolling View. The new scrollbar lets you scroll through the months of the year, and show the end of one month and the start of another in your month view. Plus, it's live, so you can scan through a year's events quickly. The helpful month indicators in the scrollbar show you where you are and where to scroll to.
Fast Time Travel. Jump to any point in time quickly with buttons that let you glide between months or years. Use the unique scrolling slider at the top of the Calendar to go to any month of the year, and push the slider to the edge to scroll into the next year. Get back to today by clicking on the Target button. Scrub through a year's Reminders using the slider in the Reminders Window.
What's New in This Release:Added option to detach an event from a repeating event so it can have different times, date, text or other information.
Added Preferences option for setting custom colours for date numbers in the Calendar window.
Exceptions to repeating events, such as one event moving to a different date, are now synced to external calendars such as iCloud. However, there are some ongoing issues with iCal linking to Google calendar which mean that exceptions to repeating events may not transfer to Google Calendar.
Fixed bug where default text font and style was not being applied to new events in the Edit Events window.
Fixed bug where PreMinder alarms with several URLs to launch were failing to trigger.
System Requirements:PPC / Intel, Mac OS X 10.4 or later
Program Release Status: Minor Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall