Download it on TestFlight. (Requires macOS Ventura)
Back in 2021 I released Three Month Calendar, a Mac menu-bar item which pulls down a continuous, infinitely-scrollable calendar grid overlaid with customizable calendar-event markers. I pulled it from the store late last year due to a bug, but it’s now fixed, updated, and in public beta!
It’s still a simple, fast, read-only calendar viewer. Don’t go looking for event editing. I assume you use some other calendaring app too. But version 3 is a pretty significant update; here are some highlights.
- The “infinite scroll” used to have these “bumpers” you’d run into while it loaded the next batch of weeks. That’s gone. You can now spin your scroll wheel or fling your trackpad gesture to your heart’s content, zipping up or down. (This is not something SwiftUI makes easy, by the way.)
- An updated look, and many more options, including five sizes (basically, Dynamic Type for your desktop calendar).
- Support for multiple calendar groups: put all your work calendars into a Work group, put all your family calendars into a Home group, and switch between them with a shortcut action.
I did raise the minimum version to Ventura, so I could take advantage of some new SwiftUI stuff, the new AppIntents framework for providing shortcut actions, and Apple’s new SMAppService API, a vastly better way to self-register a login item. (One of the purposes of 3MC is to keep me on top of Apple’s new APIs, since my other production apps are built on AppKit and UIKit.)
I hope you’ll check it out!