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I found a program several months ago that used perl 5 to place a themed or transparent calendar on the corner of the desktop. It wouldn't run on my system at the time because of some older libs. Since then I have upgraded my box, BUT!!
I can't find the program again. I have searched freshmeat.net for calendar and gone through all 216 results. I have googled now for 2 days. (Yes, I realize I should have saved the old download) I also can't remember the name. Does anyone know what program I am talking about?
If you do, please post the name of it. I would really like to give this another try! Thanks for any help.
I don't know that I can provide any more information. It was a perl 5 program. It had different themes and sizes. It placed a month view calendar in the user determined corner of the desktop. It was borderless and most themes had at least some level of transparency. This is all I can remember.