If you speak Galego, nice printable calendars just got easier. Well, mostly easier.
New language available in any of the calendar types.
Just when I thought it wasn’t possible to come up with a new style of basic configurable lines on a page, I got a suggestion for Spider Paper!
Though it may be my last, I made my first iPad app this morning.
Its job is just to look cool while hanging on a wall. Also, it tells you what time it is in a mildly easy-to-read font called Monaco. Come to think of it – I think that’s what my terminal is set to.
Just head there with your iPad, then click on the extras button in Safari and “Add to Home Page”!
It’ll download everything it needs to run to your iPad, and you can use the clock forever and ever after that – even if you’re not online.
The normally cluttered centers of the Polar Graph papers are now also available as either “Clear” (with no lines going to the center) or “Cross” (with a small + at the center of the graph).
After several requests – I finally got the time to implement multiple colors on a single PDF graph.
Multi-Color Graph Paper
The calendars are now available in the Basque language!
If the inverting absolute size into “Lines per inch” notation was driving you batty, I have a new generator which works in a different way!
Try it here.