hmCal 5.3 available for 4D v13 and v14

April 10, 2015
– hmCal is a plug-in developed by heubach media (www.hmplugins.com), Hamburg, Germany for 4th Dimension.

With version 5 of hmCal we continually integrate new features and improve stability and integrity in 4D.

hmCal 5.3 is a free maintenance update for all hmCal 5 users which includes the following improvements:

- New command hmCal_mini_GET LAST DEST to get more information about where the user has clicked
- The time line can appear on the right side now
- Some new tiny area properties
- Bugfixing

hmCal 5.0 contains tremendous new functions and improvements:

- Introduction the 8th view: hmCal 5 introduces a new year view. In this view you can display months vertically and days horizontally.
- Native graphic support for 4D v14. Full support of 4D v14.
- Use defined time zones (in user day view). New commands for user time zone support.
- Native support of the vector format EMF on Windows
- Contains new internal graphical improvements and more speed
- and more (see release notes)

More you can read in the release notes of the online documentation:

http://hm2.heubach-media.de/projektis/hmCal/5_0/documentation/hmCal_EN_INDEX.HTM

Currently there are 6 demo databases available for 4D v13. These databases shows you, how to handle the new features and how easy it is, to integrate these new features in your 4D application.

hmCal ist available as a universal binary bundle for Macintosh and Windows.
It was developed and tested with 4D v13 and v14.

hmCal is available for Macintosh 10.6-10.10 and Windows XP, Vista and 7/8 as Bundle for 4D v13 and 4D v14.

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Customers about hmCal:

"hmCal has proved a perfect base for our calendar and planning modules. The integration into our system was no problem. heubach media was always open for feedback from practice." - Tilman Haerdle / extragroup GmbH, Münster, Germany

"Tremendous stable plugin. Rapid implementation of new features and Excellent customer support." - Frank Juling / EPI development, Berlin, Germany