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#10397
Re:Rainlendar 2.5 build 80 4 Years, 9 Months ago  
i'm not having any luck using bitmap fonts in the events list. i have it defined exactly like my numbers font, but i just get jibberish.

what is the new syntax? how do we define the width for each character?
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#10398
Re:Rainlendar 2.5 build 80 4 Years, 9 Months ago  
There seem to have been some problem with the compilation of the Windows version. I recompiled and updated the package. Please try it again. If you have the offline file enabled you need to disable it first, refresh the calendar and enable it again.

Ranger Bob, please attach the Rainlendar's debug log and tell what version of Outlook you are using.

garbanzo, the syntax for the alphabet is "[LETTER]=[WIDTH];[LETTER]=[WIDTH];[LETTER]=[WIDTH];..." (i.e "A=10;B=6;C=8;"). Special letters like ';' which would mess up the format need to be defined as unicode (e.g. "U+3B"). The bitmap font image will be automatically divided into as many parts as there are letters in the alphabet and the characters must be equally spaced in the image. That means that if for example the width (or height) is 300px and you have 30 letters in the alphabet each character will take 10px in the image no matter what you define as its width in the alphabet attribute.
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#10399
Re:Rainlendar 2.5 build 80 4 Years, 9 Months ago  
I downloaded and installed the latest revision of build 80 for Windows and all is well.

Thank you, Rainy for the quick fix.
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#10400
Re:Rainlendar 2.5 build 80 4 Years, 9 Months ago  
Rainy wrote:
There seem to have been some problem with the compilation of the Windows version. I recompiled and updated the package. Please try it again. If you have the offline file enabled you need to disable it first, refresh the calendar and enable it again.

Ranger Bob, please attach the Rainlendar's debug log and tell what version of Outlook you are using.



I reinstalled the new version and it seems to have fixed the Outlook problem I was having. Thank you for the quick fix.
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#10401
Re:Rainlendar 2.5 build 80 4 Years, 9 Months ago  
rainy, do i have to built my bitmapfont horizontally? i was using a vertical image. i'll make a new one and see how it works...
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#10402
Re:Rainlendar 2.5 build 80 4 Years, 9 Months ago  
This beta still is not remembering the setting "suppress errors" (in german) for a shared network calendar in the sectoin "shared network calendar".

Why is this option available in both "general" and "shared network calendar"?

And in what unit do you enter the time-delay? Is it seconds? This should be documented somewhere. I was not able to find it in the help. May be add (translateable) tooltips?

I sent you the link to the ics via PM.
Thank you!

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Moreover I saw that the bug concerning a dualscreen setup is also not fixed, where the tooltips' position is calculated wrongly (see attached picture) if the resolution is not identical and the two screens are aligned as seen in the screenshot.


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Setting a category for multiple entries does not work. Moreover there the categories are not translated. That is may be the reason, why it does not work.
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