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That page may be where I got the banner[s] from.

I may do the white background version of the calendar, but it is not a high priority for me. I just made the green one and offered it up to the "lists" for any user to use. I may make a notice on the User's List about the calendar file[s] as well.

Will the 4.2 theme design be all that different than what we currently have? Right now, we could use the calendar so it is offered, as is, now for the users to try. But when the new banners and designs come out, then I can revisit the calendar design[s] for modification.

On 01/02/2014 11:57 AM, K-J LibreOffice wrote:
Hi Tim,
Am 02.01.2014 17:21, schrieb Kracked_P_P---webmaster:


This is a "second draft" of such a calendar, but it is good enough to
use now.  If I has a good "white background" banner, then the top could
be a little bit different and use less ink.

Have a look at:

The same banner and some others with white or blank background.


What I would love to make is a "standard" wall calendar with the top
section a photo or graphic and the bottom section, below the staple
area, the calendar itself.

Maybe for this we should wait for our new 4.2 webdesign and the banners resulting out of it so that we have an actual design.

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