The calendar displays all alarms that are turned on, have their parent alarm group turned on and have a priority at least equal to the minimum priority.
The date/time range that is shown can be set with the calendar's toolbar. Certain settings, such as if the calendar is updated automatically or not, can be set from the settings window. See the calendar settings.
1. Scope unit - Sets the scope unit. In general, if you use a larger unit, more alarms will be visible and a higher minimum priority should be chosen to avoid clutter.
2. Decrement date - Takes one step back. If your scope is set to months, the calendar will step back one month.
3. Select date - Use the calendar that pops up to quickly select a specific date/time.
4. Increment date - Takes one step forward. If your scope is set to months, the calendar will step forward one month.
The scope is the range that is covered by the calendar.
5. Decrement scope - Decreases the range that is covered by the calendar by one step.
6. Increment scope - Increases the range that is covered by the calendar by one step.
The visible scope is the range that is visible without moving the scroll bars. If the scope is equal to the visible scope, no scroll bars will be visible.
7. Decrement visible scope - Decreases the range that is covered by the calendar without using the scroll bars by one step.
8. Increment visible scope - Increases the range that is covered by the calendar without using the scroll bars by one step.
The calendar can be seen as a series of lines. For example: if the scope unit is set to weeks, each week is a line. The regular scope determines the amount of lines and the secondary scope is the width of the lines.
9. Decrement visible secondary scope - Decreases the visible secondary scope by one step.
10. Increment visible secondary scope - Increases the visible secondary scope by one step.
11. Toggle line direction horizontal/vertical - Toggles between horizontal and vertical direction of the calendar.
12. Export to printable html file - Generates a html file that can be saved or printed.
The generated html file uses a style sheet that can be edited to your needs. The html file is initially generated in the alarm clock directory and will be overwritten each time new html is generated.
13. Minimum priority - Sets the minimum priority for the calendar. Only alarms that have at least this priority will be shown in the calendar.
If the calendar contains too many alarms, this will be detected and no alarms will be shown at all. In this case you should increase the minimum priority.