Rainlendar is a feature rich calendar application that is easy to use and doesn't take much space on your desktop. The application is platform independent so you can run it on all major operating systems: Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
The appearance can be customized with skins and you can even mix different skins together.
It is possible to use Rainlendar with other calendar applications too. Rainlendar uses the standard iCalendar format to store its events and tasks so you can easily transfer them Between applications. You can also subscribe to online calendars including the Google Calendar and edit your Outlook appointments directly in Rainlendar.
Rainlendar is an unicode application and support localization so you can use it on your own language.
Rainlendar can be run on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. All platforms use the same file formats so all skins and scripts created for different versions will work also on all.
Rainlendar supports localization so you can have the user interface in your own language. Rainlendar is an Unicode application so different character sets can be used at the same time.
Rainlendar uses standard iCalendar format for it events and tasks to maximize the compatibility with other calendar applications. You can easily transfer the events from the calendar you are currently using to Rainlendar.
The appearance of the calendar can be changed with skins. The skins can be of any shape and size and they can also use scripts for additional functionality. It's also possible to combine different skins by using e.g. the calendar from one skin and event and to do list from another. The events and tasks can have different appearance depending on their category.
It is possible to have multiple months visible at the same time. The months can be laid out the way you want and they can even have different sizes.
o Enabled the "Show in all desktops" setting in Mac (needed by Lion).
o The due date for Google tasks changed to the previous day because of timezone conversion.
o Newlines in the task description were not stored properly to Google tasks.
o The Google calendar is only shown as the target if the events/tasks are actually read from the server.
o Edit control was left visible when the window was hidden. This showed a small black dot on the desktop.