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Calculate Age for other categories 5 Years ago  
Hi!
I think would be interesting we can calculate the age for other categories that we can create. Ex.: I created a information category, to remember special events that passed some years ago, but is impossible to show how long time they happened without opening the event window. Thanks.
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#10699
Re: Calculate Age for other categories 5 Years ago  
You can use the keywords to calculate the years automatically in the events. E.g. "Millenium [years=2000]".
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Re: Calculate Age for other categories 4 Years, 9 Months ago  
So there are Keywords like [days] or [days=YYYYMMDD].

What i'm missing here is a notation like:
[days=B] or [days=E] to automagically use the begin/end (*) date
of the actual event as a reference point.

(*) = or [days=S] or [days=D] for start date/ due date.


When changing sth. at this point:
Would it be possible to calculate a Keyword like this:
[days=YYYY1224] where YYYY would be filled with the (almost) actual year?

i.e Like in "[days=YYYY1224] days until this year's XMas"
(i wouldn't mind about the "-7 days until XMas" when Today is New Years Eve.)
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#11262
Re: Calculate Age for other categories 4 Years, 9 Months ago  
Yes, I can add support for those.
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