Build 49 can be downloaded from here:
Linux TAR: Rainlendar-2.2.b49.tar.bz2
Linux DEB: rainlendar2-pro_2.2.b49-1_i386.deb
This build includes couple of new features which might interest the Linux users. First of all you can now get the application in a .deb package which makes installation easier in distributions that use them (e.g. Ubuntu). You can install Rainlendar from the deb like this:
sudo dpkg -i rainlendar2-pro_2.2.b49-1_i386.deb
And uninstall it like this:
sudo dpkg -r rainlendar2-pro_2.2.b49-1_i386.deb
The second new Linux related feature is the support for native transparency. You need to have the composite enabled for the desktop (this basically means that you need to be running Compiz). I had to rewrite the whole window handling implementation for this so let me know if the windows and dialogs act funny (this applies to the Windows version too).
This is beta version! It has not been tested.
o Fixed image position problem in the ini format skins.
o Made the scanning of the skins recursive so it doesn't matter anymore how deep the folder structure is.
o Added possibility to customize the todo list according to the task priority.
o Illegal characters are removed from the offline file name.
o The main menu was shown in the event and todo dialogs. Fixed.
o Added native transparency support for Linux.
o Updating a component multiple times causes conflicts in Google calendar. Fixed.