Organized 1.0


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giga

Organized is a new widget from iSlayer featuring a calendar with events, world clocks, notes and to do?s. The calendar and to do?s utilise OS X?s inbuilt databases, so they?re always in sync with iCal and Mail. The world clock uses our very own database with over 700 locations.

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http://www.islayer.com/index.php?op=item&id=64

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CPressland

Well, That Widget pretty much solved all my time keeping issues for the moment :)

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Cormier6083

Too bad there isn't one that sits on your desktop. I'd buy it in an instant.

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Snakehn

i tried it but couldn't change the time zone so i got rid of it after like 2 mins.

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russellc

Wow this is great. The iStat Menus application is nice too. Thanks for the heads up.

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Simon

Wow, perfect! :D Thanks giga!

Looks like some of the stuff might be iPhone inspired? :p

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Cara

It does, doesn't it simon... I wonder what they are up to over there. ;)

Great Dashboard Widget...now I have...um...2 on my Dashboard...

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Arpit
i tried it but couldn't change the time zone so i got rid of it after like 2 mins.

um.. you have to put in a major city in the search bar and add it to the list, after which you can remove cupertino. so in a nutshell, yes you can. awesome app, more so after learning i can keep it on the desktop.

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sanctified
Just turn on Dashboard's Developer mode (you can also use Onyx for Leopard to turn this on).

That works but its on top always :/ kinda annoying if you dont have a big monitor.

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CPressland

Organised 1.02 is out :)

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osirisX

I wish there was an option to hide the calendar.

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LTD

Looks almost exactly like the Calendar app on the iPod Touch, with elements thrown in from the World Clock app.

Very nice.

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offroadaaron
Just turn on Dashboard's Developer mode (you can also use Onyx for Leopard to turn this on).

but then isnt it always at the front (on top)? Is there a way that it can be like a window and move back.

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sanctified
but then isnt it always at the front (on top)? Is there a way that it can be like a window and move back.

if someone knows this that would be gold

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