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Calender design app Calibre bug fixed

Published: 10th Dec 2008, 00:17:35 | Permalink | Printable

Developer Ray Favre addresses an issue that prevented some Red Letter Days from being saved to disc. The new version, 3.02, also uses the latest of Ray's DrWimp library, version 5. Calibre allows users to create and print calenders in various formats and sizes.

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