Short Cuts & Other Information
- 1 character dayname abbreviations (MTWTFSS in English) opens weekly summary
- Below the calendar opens the countdown window.
- Above the date on the calendar returns display to current Month and Year
- Time on calendar toggles seconds on/off - can also use preferences window
- Blank date on the calendar opens last user note in recent items list.
- Dates on the calendar opens a daynote for the date clicked.
- On day in calendar sets the countdown date.
- 1 character dayname abbreviations (MTWTFSS in English) for monthly summary
- On forward/backward year buttons (<< and >>) brings up the GO TO Year option
- On calendar dates opens a contextual menu for picking the color for daynote displays on the calendar
- First menu option is the color for standard daynotes
- Second menu option is the color for daynotes marked as "keepers"
- Third menu option selects the color for holiday daynotes
- Fourth menu option selects the color for daynotes created via the event list window.
Goto Specific Year is accessed 2 ways:
- On Event list displays option to create a daynote from the event
name for the current year using the month/day of the event clicked.
Multiple events can be selected via shift-click or CMD-click prior to
creating daynotes with control click.
- On daynote window text to colorize the daynote text
- A daynote on the weekly summary window to open daynote window for coloring or text size changes
Entering the year and pressing enter or clicking the button will change
the calendar to that year. The month will remain the same. So, if
the calendar is displaying September of 2000 and you change the
year to 1928, it will then show September of 1928. Only 4-digit
years can be entered.
- Either via the Calendar menu GOTO SPECIFIC YEAR option
- OPTION clicking on the year buttons ("<<" ">>") on the calendar
- Calendar start on Sunday or Monday applies to the calendar, weekly view and monthly view.
- Default for "Delete If Older than" is 9999. This provides a
degree of safety if a preferences file becomes corrupted and CCN X
has to rely on defaults when deciding which daynotes to keep.