Smart Calendar 2.x

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On: 2019-04-26 17:02:06
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What is Smart Calendar 2.x?

Smart Calendar is an INIT/DA combination.  The file "SmartCal INIT" must be put in the System Folder.  "SmartCal DA" must be loaded using your usual DA method, and will create a file called "SmartCal Notes" in the System Folder when first opened.

The Calendar DA allows you to save messages, and the INIT reminds you of them when you start up your Macintosh or when the date changes.  Reminders may be done one of two ways: a flashing icon telling you to look at the calendar, or an alert box which contains the message.

Features:  Supports yearly, monthly, weekly and special messages.  Special messages are those that occur on one or more weekdays during a month, such as first Sunday, or second and last Tuesday.  Daily messages appear once per day, while all other types appear on each startup or date change.  Messages can be repeated a specified number of startups, or on every startup.

Smart Cal Converter converts the Notes file into a Text file which may be used with Calendar Maker by CE Software, or read by any word processor.


Download Smart Calendar 2.x for Mac

SmartCal2-3.3-folder.sit (19.04 KiB / 19.5 KB)
Smart Calendar v2.3.3 (1991) / compressed w/ Stuffit
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Motorola 68K

System Requirements

From Mac OS 4.0 up to Mac OS 9.2

Compatibility notes

Architecture: 68K

Mac OS 4.x - Mac OS 9.2.2

You must have System 6.0.x or higher to see reminders, although the calendar should work with lower systems.


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