- January 19, 2006:
Daylight theme for Sunbird: 0.1 prototype to download.
- November 28, 2005:
Calendar Folders extension 0.4.
See Calendar Folders.
- November 27, 2005:
Clock Picker extension 0.1 available for download:
A time picker in the form of a clock face with hands that you can drag.
This version is for Sunbird 0.3 and Lightning only.
See Clock Picker.
- November 3, 2005:
Draft help version 0.6.2 available for download.
This version is for Sunbird 0.2+ and Sunbird 0.3 only.
- March 30, 2005:
Experimental online version available.
(Only for Mozilla browsers.)
- October 4, 2004:
First project pages here at mozdev.org
- February 2006:
Further releases of English sixth draft
help for Sunbird 0.3.
These releases will add new content for
new features of Sunbird 0.3.
There are several projects here, all related to
Calendar Help: Help documentation for Mozilla Calendar
Comprehensive help for users from beginners to experts.
Installable as an extension, so that it is always available.
Extensive links to the user interface, so that it opens to an appropriate topic.
Searchable index and glossary of terms.
Folders for your calendars.
Helpful if you use many calendars and group them in different ways.
Also provides filtering, reporting, batch changes and an extended color palette.
Clock Tab: A clock for your calendar
Displays a clock in your calendar window:
Analog or digital, with today's date.
Clock Picker: Specify times on a clock face
Replaces the time picker with an analog clock face.
Drag the hands to set the time.
Colors of sun and sky for your calendar.
Add your own custom toolbar buttons to Sunbird, Firefox and Thunderbird.
Tutorial for beginners.
Requires no special knowledge, skills or tools.
[Hosted at the Mozilla Developer Center]
Calendar Help project, subprojects and web site
Copyright © 2004, 2005 Rod Whiteley
Licensed under the Open Software License version 2.1
OSI Certified Open Source Software
For source code, see Source code.
For developer documentation, see Build and other
pages on this site.
Parts of Calendar Help's source code are copyright other authors and translators.
Parts of Calendar Help's web site are owned and copyrighted by
the web site's hosting provider, mozdev.org, or by others,
and are separately licensed.
Calendar Help is an explanatory review of the
project, and quotes parts of it.
Each installable version of Calendar Help provides a content pack for the
Mozilla Help Viewer.