ok, I ended up using the previous version (DateBk5) since it's a bit simpler and has a registration code in Codez4Palm. I would probably use an even older version but I wasn't able to find a registration code
@avery The stock Palm OS Datebook does recurring events. Just hit details of the entry and then tap the repeat section.
I've been poking around DatekBk6 a little bit since I've seen it recommended a lot but yeah, I'm not sure I need the massive amount of features it has.
@kelbot ah, how did I miss that
To be honest my first instinct was to look it up, which apparently is pretty difficult for 20 year old software.
I've been playing with DateBk5 a bit, might stick with it, I like the view options more than the stock date book, and I can already see the floating events and irregular repeats being useful...
@avery The additional views are definitely nice. The linking of events to other events/todos/memos could be handy too.
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