HappyNewYear!
HappyNewYear!
2.6.1

5.0

HappyNewYear! free download for Mac

HappyNewYear!2.6.1

17 December 2008

Personalized calendars, jewel case size.

Overview

HappyNewYear! makes it easy to create personalized calendars with your own digital photos. Create printed calendars to display in a calendar case, a standard 4x6 frame, or a standard CD jewel case. Save your calendars as Dashboard Widgets to display on your Mac.

  • Create your own calendars by selecting a different photo for each month of the year. Just "drag and drop" your photos from iPhoto or the Finder�it's that simple!
  • Customize the fonts and colors on your calendar. HappyNewYear! lets you set the fonts on your calendar to any font installed on your system. You can also choose the text color and background color on your calendar.
  • Print your calendars with your own color printer. Cut the calendar pages out, put them in a standard CD jewel case, a calendar case or a 4x6 picture frame, and you're done!
  • With 4x6 calendars, you can also save each calendar month as a JPEG file and print them out at a digital photo center.
  • You don't have to wait until January of next year�start your calendar with this month and you can enjoy it right away. Make up�to�date calendar months with current photos for your friends and family.
  • Calendars can be printed in any language supported by Mac OS X.

What's new in HappyNewYear!

Version 2.6.1:
  • Fixed problems with changing the language of a calendar under Leopard.

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6 Reviews of HappyNewYear!

24x7digital
26 July 2005
Version: 1.1

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In commemoration of today's successful Space Shuttle launch, we've posted a Shuttle Calendar in Zipped PDF format (3.3MB). You can download it, and print it on a color printer, cut out the images, and slide them into an old CD jewel case which can be reused as a desktop calendar frame. The sample calendar also shows the new cutting guides added in version 1.1. -24x7digital
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Hilbo60
27 December 2012
Version: 2.6.1
Another neat touch would be the ability to be able to highlight your own days of the year, (holidays, birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) Please keep this going, it's a damn handy app!
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Hilbo60
09 November 2012
Version: 2.6.1
It should be noted that this is only good for two more years, in it's present incarnation it will only print calendars for up to the year 2014. To 24x7digital, I do hope that you are planning an upgrade to this, I have been using 'Happy New Year', been completely happy with it and would personally like to keep on using it!
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Elwood3711
17 November 2006
Version: 2.0
Haven't purchased it yet but seems pretty neat thoughtout program.It be a great gift idea for the coming season I have one question I hoped to be answered....once purchased & the limitations are lifted..Will I be able to vary the calendar size before printing out?.....In a mock print set up i did...in preview...I'd like to be able to fill the entire page if I chose too. If so...I'd buy it for sure!
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Mok-in-touch™
17 November 2006
Version: 2.0
This is the worst download experience I ever have. Nevermind about paying for it. So unprofessional. You have to pay me to download it!!!
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Kemacsabe
07 January 2006
Version: 1.3
Looked like fun so I downloaded it. It's just as easy as the developer claims! Kind of fun and will be useful for making gift CDs and even classy back-up CDs. Cool! One correction, guys: "Donationware" is freeware with a request for voluntary donations. If the user is obligated to pay in order to obtain normal (even limited) usage, that's "shareware". HNY! charges $5 to register, which is required to use the current year's settings (a pretty big limitation). (Hey, MacUpdate: do you provide a definitions guide?)
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24x7digital
26 July 2005
Version: 1.1
In commemoration of today's successful Space Shuttle launch, we've posted a Shuttle Calendar in Zipped PDF format (3.3MB). You can download it, and print it on a color printer, cut out the images, and slide them into an old CD jewel case which can be reused as a desktop calendar frame. The sample calendar also shows the new cutting guides added in version 1.1. -24x7digital
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