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Create a DIY Planner with Dynamic Templates

Jun 02, 2009, 07:33 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Dmitri Popov)

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"But that's not all. Somewhere on the Web site hides a nifty little application called D*I*Y Planner Dynamic Templates (or just Dynamic Templates) that comes with a few handy templates you can tweak and save as ready-to-use PDF documents. There are binary packages of the application for Windows and Mac OSX, and if you want to use Dynamic Templates on Linux, there is a source code package, too. Compiling the application from the source code is rather straightforward. First of all, install the required Qt tools. On Debian or Ubuntu-based Linux distributions, this can be done by installing the qt4-dev-tools package and all its dependencies. You'll also need to download and install the Blue Highway font that is used in all templates supplied with the Dynamic Templates application. Download then the .tar.gz archive containing the application's source code, and unpack it. In the terminal, switch to the resulting DynamicTemplates directory and run the following commands:"

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