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  1. happii

    happii Member This Topic's Starter

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    any ideas im trying calwidget atm but not like some of the features.
     

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  2. pwabbit

    pwabbit Well-Known Member

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    Calendar Pad
    Gemini Calendar
     
  3. Heidi1

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    Another vote for Calendar Pad. About the only thing I don't like about it is that it doesn't let you pick which calendars to display if you have more than one through your GMail account. I still keep the default calendar also on my desktop to do the switching.
     
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    MisterMixelpix Well-Known Member

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    Pure Grid works wonders for me. Looks great, too.
     
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    polo2883 Well-Known Member

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    I am using Jorte I like it a alot better
     
  6. darouter

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    I second the Jorte nomination. Most effective and customizable.
     
  7. Adamx

    Adamx Well-Known Member

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    smooth calendar has a nice widget that shows the next 3 things coming up.
     
  8. cranky_dan

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  9. brykins

    brykins Well-Known Member

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    Calendar Pad displays whatever calendars are set to display in the default Android calendar. Go to the settings in the default calendar app and tick the ones you want and they ought to then display in Calendar Pad. At least it works for me.

    I do have a different issue and would be grateful if you could test it for me. I have set calendar pad to "not use the native day view" so when I click a day it opens in CP and not the default calendar. But then when I open an event CP adds a day to it. EG, I open an event for Sunday and CP changes the day to Monday. Open it again and it changes to Tuesday. Can you see if it happens to you?
     
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    Ah. Can you just do one check with an "all day" event? They seem to be the one's causing trouble.
     
  11. brykins

    brykins Well-Known Member

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    Thanks - must be something specific to HTC Sense, 2.1 or the Desire.
     
  12. Ovreagr

    Ovreagr Well-Known Member

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    I am having the same trouble using the stock calendar on my Incredible! Only when editing "all day" events though. :confused:
    EDIT: I do also have smooth calendar installed, not sure if that matters.
     
  13. brykins

    brykins Well-Known Member

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    Oh the joys of fragmented operating systems :) My stock calendar behaves perfectly well and opening/editing all day events does not change the date at all. Guess tracking down the problem with different OS versions, UI overlays, etc, takes time and could well be why the developer of Calendar Pad doesn't have the time to answer emails.

    (I am being charitable here and assuming that he/she isn't just ignoring me)
     

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