DateBk5 Just Released
Pimlico Software has released DateBk5, the latest version of its calendar and scheduling app. The new version includes extensive use of color, including color icons and backgrounds. It also offers a single, large, tabbed dialog for handling all the global preferences and many other improvements. It includes support for the high resolution screens on both Sony and HandEra devices. It is available now for $25.
Current DateBk4 users can upgrade to DateBk5 at no charge. DateBk3 users can upgrade for $10.
It is based on the built-in Date Book application, meaning that all the functionality available in that app is also available in DateBk5. In most cases, it is also implemented in an identical manner to make it easier to transition.
However, DateBk5 includes numerous other features, like the ability to schedule events down to the minute, far more attributes for each event, floating events, weekly views with either icons or text, and much more.
DateBk5 will run under Palm OS 2.0 or later. It is a large program, requiring at least 600k of free memory.
Thanks to Dennis G. Esler for the tip. -Ed
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