Projects / wxRemind


wxRemind is a wxPython-based front/back-end for Remind, a powerful calendar and alarm application. The display features a calendar and daily event list suitable for visualizing your schedule at a glance. Dates and associated events can be quickly selected either with the mouse or cursor keys, and dates in the calendar are color coded to reflect the total duration of scheduled events. wxRemind integrates with an external editor of your choice to make editing of reminder files more efficient, provides hotkeys to quickly access the most commonly used options, and allows popup, sound, and/or spoken alarms.

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Recent releases

  •  21 Nov 2008 19:01

    Release Notes: Various minor bugfixes involving color settings and Unicode issues with local weekday abbreviations.

    •  09 Jul 2008 20:10

      Release Notes: wxremhints has been made a separate executable to permit leaving it open and scrollable while creating new events. The text has been corrected to reflect recent changes to wxRemind.

      •  08 Jul 2008 20:21

        Release Notes: A bug in automatic configuration in which integers were erroneously converted to strings has been fixed.

        •  02 Jul 2008 17:32

          Release Notes: This release adds settings for customizing the date format to the configuration file. The default is now to display the week and day of the year numbers in parentheses in the datebar, e.g. "Reminders for Thu, Jul 24, 2008 (week 29, day 205):", but this can easily be changed to whatever is desired.

          •  07 Jun 2008 19:49

            Release Notes: A "final_seconds" setting was added to ~/.wxremindrc for internal alerts. If zero, the final alert will be displayed indefinitely, as before. If set to some positive integer, then the final alert will be displayed for that number of seconds and then automatically closed.


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