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    Default Desktop Calendar for openSUSE 11.3

    Dear All:

    I am using openSUSE 11.3 kde and looking for a calendar which will show on the desktop andl provide event and to do list management.

    I have used korganizer. But the problem is, it is not shown on desktop all the time.

    Can anyone help me, please?

    Regards
    Arefin

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    Default Re: Desktop Calendar for openSUSE 11.3

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    I use rainlendar2 for that

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    Default Re: Desktop Calendar for openSUSE 11.3

    A general recommendation - Maybe try looking at the desktop widgets.
    I haven't yet found something that works for me (supporting a private calendar), I did find a downloadable Google Calendar Agenda but it seems to support only public Google App Calendars.

    You could also place a Launcher widget on the Desktop and place a shortcut to korganizer or whatever else app you'd like. That puts apps within one click access... So, for instance even if my KDE Desktop is very busy, I can click on the "Show the Plasma Desktop" icon next to the start app button in the lower left to expose the Desktop without disturbing the windows I have open, then click on whatever shortcut is on the Desktop. I also make extensive use of multiple desktops to expand the number of windows I have open without layering too many on top of each other... You could dedicate one Desktop to something like korganizer while doing your main work on other Desktops for example.

    Tony

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