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    Anyone know of 3rd party icon sets that can be used with the 650 built in calendar/datebook? Like the simplicity of built-in app but would like a way to better identify items "at a glance". Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by lep354
    Anyone know of 3rd party icon sets that can be used with the 650 built in calendar/datebook? Like the simplicity of built-in app but would like a way to better identify items "at a glance". Thanks
    I hope something exists too. I just gave up Agendus which had icons galore but I'm trying to keep the app count down to save some room on the ol' T650. Even though I have a 1GB card, I'm still trying to conserve. I like calendar in spite of the missing icons but always want more!
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    As far as I know, the built-in calendar app can't use icons. You might want to look at Datebk5 http://www.pimlicosoftware.com. Make sure to get version V-5.4, p7. That version is patched to work on the 650 and the Tungsten 5.
    Zane

    Note: Look for that version on the right sidebar on the Datebk5 page under Download "Maitenance Release required for Treo 650".
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    Thanks; I had looked at Datebk5 and am still considering it. In the meantime, I discovered color-coding categories, which almost serves the same purpose. Can look at a glance and tell what kind of entry is on the calendar.
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    Another vote for DateBk5.

    What makes DateBk5 especially cool on a Treo 650, is that you can use hi-res icons!

    There are lots of great hi-res icon collections out there (check out Palmgear.com), but I ended up purchasing the Zicon set by EQUATTOR. Here's a small sample from the collection:

    http://tanster.smugmug.com/photos/15876975-S.jpg http://tanster.smugmug.com/photos/15877483-S.jpg


    And here's what they can look like in DateBk5:

    http://tanster.smugmug.com/photos/15876987-S.jpg


    Makes using DateBk5 a lot more fun!

    tanster
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