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    Multiple appointments on Today screen??

    Can't seem to be able to show more than next appointment on today screen. Do I need additional software-I have pocket plus only??

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    are you sure you just don't need to scroll down?

    when it is full the scroll bar appears

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    The today screen is half empty

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    Go to Start Menu->Settings->Today

    Select the Items tab.

    Select the Calendar item in the list (make sure it's checked) and click Options... on the right side of the screen.

    Make sure the radio button next to "Upcoming appointments" is selected.

    Tap OK until you're done.

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    Or....you could dowload Agendus tomorrow for free.LINK

    Nice full featured office type program with customized calendar and today plug-in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mwfielder View Post
    Or....you could dowload Agendus tomorrow for free.LINK

    Nice full featured office type program with customized calendar and today plug-in.
    Er um.. Agendus doesn't have a today plug in.. but Pocket Informant does.. and there ARe plenty of free calendar today plugins... I'm partial to TodayAgenda search here for many more:
    PocketPCFreewares
    or if you've got the cash check out SPB Diary or SBSH CalendarPlus
    Mark
    Last edited by MGuzzy; 12-11-2007 at 12:12 AM.
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    Try out pocketbreeze

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGuzzy View Post
    Er um.. Agendus doesn't have a today plug in.. but Pocket Informant does.. and there ARe plenty of free calendar today plugins... I'm partial to TodayAgenda search here for many more:
    PocketPCFreewares
    or if you've got the cash check out SPB Diary or SBSH CalendarPlus
    Mark
    Just what I was looking for! Sweet! Thanks MGuzzy!

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    If you want something simple, light, looks like the OEM Calendar plugin, and most importantly free, try

    Calendar+

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    How about just turning on the scroll bar like someone else mentioned!

    Why do all you people insist on looking at other sw for solutions that at least get you 99% of the way there with the built in sw and without the sw bloat or sw integration issues?

    Byt the way I use to use Calendar+ but dont see the need for it anymore.

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    I tried Agendus... it gave me continuous "dr. watson" errors.

    Anyone else have problems running this on their i760s?

    Just curious.

    Paul G

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    Quote Originally Posted by robrecht View Post
    Also, under the Items, there's a check-box for "Today timeout", which you can set from 1 to 12 hours.
    Hi, what is the today timeout precisely? i was curious when i saw the same thing on my xv6800 and the manual doesn't mention what it is exactly. Thanks.

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    It is the amount of time after which, if you do nothing, the phone will automatically return to the Today screen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwfielder View Post
    Or....you could dowload Agendus tomorrow for free.LINK

    Nice full featured office type program with customized calendar and today plug-in.
    Have you tried this? I loaded it and had all kind of error messages... like exception errors. Wasn't pretty.

    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by robrecht View Post
    Also, under the Items, there's a check-box for "Today timeout", which you can set from 1 to 12 hours.
    couldn't figure out what that was - can you explain,

    thanks,

    Larry

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    Are you sure? Mine will show appointments from the next day, more than 12 hours ahead, no matter what the timeout is set for.

    This and all of the links noted from this Google search seem to agree that it is the time after which an idle device will return to the Today screen.

    I am pretty sure this is the way mine has been working, but I am testing to confirm, as long as I don't have to use my phone in the next 49 minutes.

    (sorry if this is a thread detour)

    EDIT: Well, after over an hour, my screen, originally on PIE, did not revert to the Today screen. So either I did something wrong, there was some activity with my phone that reset the timer (emails coming in?), or I don't know what this does (looking like a possibility). But even with Today Timeout set to one hour, my today screen shows appointments from tomorrow and Saturday. Hmmm.
    Last edited by JDCJ; 12-27-2007 at 03:22 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDCJ View Post
    Are you sure?
    Oops, not any more! Now, I'm as confused as you. Thanks!

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