Author Topic: Which calender application should be included in Manjaro-Fluxbox 15.09 ?  (Read 780 times)

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Offline oberon

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What do you people suggest?
Ideally I would like to use something providing a tray-icon or even showing time&date in the systray instead of the built in fluxbox toolbar feature...
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Offline oleerik

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I know this doesn't really answer your question - but I love using gsimplecal when I click the clock. Sadly I don't think it provides anything mentioned here :/
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i like the way orage functions on xfce, however its the only "calendar" app i really have any familiarity with.. its a fully customizable clock you can put on the xfce panel and when you click on it, the calendar pops up, i really like that function, but i think orage may REQUIRE xfce.. something more independent of it i think would be better

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Yes, I agree that Orage is a great app. The problem is, it depends on xfce4-panel and is not as lightweight altogether as you would wish for fluxbox... So I am still looking for an alternative  8)
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