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Version: 3.0

Released: Nov 28, 2001


Requirements
MacOS, Unix, Windows NT

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Matt_Kruse_mw

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CalendarScript

A full featured event publishing solution. Features custom fields for each event, multiple user/calendar support, advanced recurring schedule options, a template based design, SSI and command-line support, search options, a plugin interface, event importing and more.

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Easy to install and runs great, nice clean interface. A few minor inconveniences, but overall a VERY good script, will recommend it to others.

Posted by spindizy on Jul 15, 1999 Reply

Can not do repeated events (i.e. every Tuesday) -- great other than that!

Posted by hopemcg on Jul 12, 1999 Reply

Easy to set up, but limited in functionality and administration. Lacks easy localization, thus making it suitable for small english sites but not so perfect for non-english sites with large data sets for a date.

Posted by NetJoerg on Jun 04, 1999 Reply

Great Script (template based), very easy to customize and install.

Posted by Jesus on Jun 04, 1999 Reply

Does all it says and is very easy to work with.

Posted by anachron on May 30, 1999 Reply

The best! Easy to install and runs flawlessly. :)

Posted by honk on May 30, 1999 Reply

Excellent interface... Easily cutomizable to your own site and is easily administered.

Posted by Snarff on May 03, 1999 Reply

Easiest script I've ever installed, thanks.

Posted by Elmo on Apr 25, 1999 Reply

Some clever viewing of events/months, clean, and one of the top 3 calendars, but has virtually no administrative ability, no complex event posting, and is limited to typical view-events-in-calendar method (what if there are 20-30 events for the day?).

Posted by GInckes on Feb 02, 1999 Reply

This program almost loads itself. The revised version is much better than his first one. Looks nice and is easy to administer.

Posted by brucehamilton on Jan 13, 1999 Reply

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