Update for OneCalendar: Settings, Keyboard shortcuts, Go to Today
New features are available for OneCalendar. If you already have it installed either as standalone or as part of Onetastic, you don't need to do anything. It will update itself when you run it next time. This will be the first test of the built-in upgrade mechanism so let me know if things don't work as expected. As to the new features, there are plenty, some small some big. Ideas for them came from people who use it, so it is important for you to give feedback as that is the primary driver for any update. I also updated the OneCalendar page with the new features so if you want to see old and new features together as a whole, you can do so there.
New screen to manage bunch of settings for OneCalendarTo access the settings screen click on the gear icon at the bottom right. You will also notice that the view selector (month/week/day) is moved to this location. Clicking on the gear icon will take you to the new screen below: The settings you can configure here are:
- Font size: This was available on the main screen before, now is under settings here. You can also use the shortcut for it on the main window, more on this below.
Notebooks: You can choose which notebooks are to be displayed in OneCalendar. If you want to see all your notebooks, just click on All Notebooks. If you want to pick and choose, then click on Selected Notebooks and then choose the notebooks below.
Show Pages On: Some people like the way OneCalendar displays the pages on both created date and last modified date. I am one of them. However some others told me that they want it only on created date, and some others only on last modified date. This is easy to provide, so I put an option to choose whether you want them in created date or last modified date or both.
Single instance: OneCalendar will create a new window every time you start it. If you are using OneCalendar from Onetastic, then this might create several windows. If you want OneCalendar to use the same window every time, then you can specify it here.
Full week and day info on the title area and title barOneCalendar title area used to show the month you are viewing, e.g. January 2012, even if you are on the week or day view. Now it will show the week or day you are viewing, e.g. 22 - 28 January 2012, or 22 January 2012. This info will also show in the title bar so if you don't hide window captions in your taskbar you can see this on the taskbar button for OneCalendar, or use it to differentiate between multiple windows:
Go to a day by clicking on its numberOn the month and week view, you can click on a day number to quickly switch to day view and navigate to that day. Previously you would have to switch to day view and then find the day with previous/next buttons as it would switch to some seemingly random day in the month.
Keyboard shortcuts for font size, view and navigationYou can now use keyboard shortcuts to change font size (Ctrl+- and Ctrl++), view (Month: Ctrl+1, Week: Ctrl+2, Day: Ctrl+3) and navigation (Ctrl+Left Arrow and Ctrl+Right Arrow). See more below.
Go to Today / This Week / This MonthWhen you are viewing a month, week or day that is not the current month, week or day, you can click on the little button on the bottom left to quickly get back to the current month, week or day. You can also use Ctrl+0 shortcut for this.
Refresh ButtonF5 was used previously to refresh the page list from OneNote. You can now also use the Refresh button at the bottom right corner:
Enjoy all the new features and let me know about any issues or other comments below.