LunarCal
LunarCal 2.2.6
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Chinese, Japanese, and Korean menu-bar calendars.   Updater ($1.99)
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LunarCal provides the Chinese, Japanese, and Korean calendar on your menu bar.

Features:
  • Display date and time on the menu bar.
  • One click to bring up month calendar.
  • Switch years and months easily.
  • Year range from 1901 to 2100.
  • Mark holidays with red color.
  • Set Sunday or Monday as the first day of a week.
  • Support regions of Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Japan, and Korea.
What's New
Version 2.2.6:
  • Bug fixed: No response if LunarCal is not allowed to access calendar in OS X 10.9 Mavericks.
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.6 or later



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hyh reviewed on 12 Feb 2013
Very handy. Even if you don't need Lunar Calendar, just as a drop down calendar it is still very useful.
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Downloads:1,567
Version Downloads:232
Type:Lifestyles
License:Updater
Date:13 Nov 2013
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $1.99
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LunarCal provides the Chinese, Japanese, and Korean calendar on your menu bar.

Features:
  • Display date and time on the menu bar.
  • One click to bring up month calendar.
  • Switch years and months easily.
  • Year range from 1901 to 2100.
  • Mark holidays with red color.
  • Set Sunday or Monday as the first day of a week.
  • Support regions of Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Japan, and Korea.


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