Projects / jPdfCalendar


jPdfCalendar is a tool which allows you to create printable calendar pages as a PDF document from any of your images. The iText library is used to create the PDF itself.

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  •  23 Dec 2009 16:17

    Release Notes: Regarding iCal usage, a bug with detection of events on the month's last day is fixed, and a new version of iCal4j is applied. The set of allowed alignments for an image is extended.

    •  19 Dec 2008 19:04

      Release Notes: There is one minor improvement: an image ('file' tag) may be defined not only as a local file but also as an external resource with URL-style definition (e.g. http://host/picture.jpg).

      •  11 Dec 2008 13:54

        Release Notes: iCal external resources are imported as "special" days. To support it, a new XML tag has been added: "iCal". The sources are described with the "url" sub-tag. This tag can contain external resources (http:// or ftp://) as well as local resources (file:// for example). A new attribute was added to format notes of a special day: "noteAlign". The possible values are left, right, or center. The default value is "right".

        •  13 Mar 2007 09:35

          Release Notes: Moon phases are now displayed in the days table. The first day of week is now dependent on the locale, but can be changed in XML.

          •  23 Feb 2007 09:44

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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