This calendar script allows the user to change titles, fonts, and colors, plus it adds links, gives instructions, and creates a new page to be saved. Based on an older script by
Matthew D. Krieg.
Event input suggestions: If the event has an explanation, give it a brief title, followed by a colon (:), followed by the explanation. Separate events by typing between the end of one event and the beginning of the next event (this puts the new event on its own line). HTML codes for bold and italic will also work.
Simply click inside the window below, use your cursor to highlight the script, and copy (type Control-c or Apple-c) the script into a new file in your text editor (such as Note Pad or Simple Text) and save (Control-s or Command-s). The script is yours!!!
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