Access to the main Calendar window has been denied!

Hence there is no way of changing the Settings from this dialog window.

It happens in newer Browsers for security reasons when running the calendar from local harddisk.

It can also randomly happen when running as a Windows Desktop Gadget - In that case using the "Close" button here below will reset the access between the windows, which should make this dialog work when you open it again.

In Chromium based browsers (Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Opera etc.) starting the browser with this command line parameter will allow the dialogs of the calendar to work:


The settings in the Settings II dialog can only be set from the dialog. Permission to use the Flash clocks from lokal harddisk can be set by Shift+Ctrl+Alt+click on the version number.

Default values for Events and Notifications
EventBorder color:
Border style:
Days to look ahead:
Other default values
BoxesBorder style:
GadgetBorder style:
Cur. dateBorder color:
Permissions(only for use in browsers)
Use ActiveX (for editing events):
Use Adobe Flash (if activated in browser):