Why do you wish to contact the author of this website?
Please do tell me where it is. If it is possible to fix, I will fix it.
If you found a bug in any of my software, please provide as much detail about it as you can: how it looks, where and when it appeared.
Although I cannot promise to implement all the suggestions, I am very grateful to everyone taking their time to share their ideas about any improvement of anything on this website.
Generally, I am happy to grant one-time rights for using my designs and pictures according to the conditions outlined in the Copyright section of the Terms & Conditions of Use and provided I will receive a copy of the publication (paper or digital) or, if used elsewhere, a few photos of the implementation of my design, with your permission to include it into my designer’s portfolio.
If you haven’t checked the program’s page yet, you may like to do so. Choose your software and see if the answer is already there: in the program description, in the user manual or in the FAQ.
Otherwise, you are welcome to ask.
Please let me know about your experience.
If you have any questions about purchasing via RedBubble, you are welcome to ask me or the the RedBubble customer support team.
One can never get too many “thanks” :-) The contact form is below.
It is always nice to know that someone enjoys the things I created.
It is always nice to find like-minded people! I would love to hear from you.
If there is a substantial reason why you didn’t like something, please do let me know about it, alongside with your suggestion on how the flaw could be improved.
However, if it is just a matter of taste, attitude, belief, faith or a phase in your life... well, you can still let me know, but there is nothing this website can do about it. You could create your own though.
If you think that weeks should be listed horizontally
This is a matter of personal preference: some people like calendar weeks to be in rows, like text, and some prefer columns because vertical week alignment takes less space on an standard printed portrait-oriented paper sheet, or for other reasons. The ready-to-download-and-print calendars page offers many different designs.
If you think that all calendars should start on Sunday
Again, this is a matter of choice. Although there is ISO 8601 standard that defines Monday as the first day of the week, I believe there is no right or wrong here. There are only such concepts as convenience for a particular user, or suitability to the user’s needs. Most countries traditionally start their week on Monday, some — on Sunday, and a some — on other days. There are quite a few Sunday-start calendars offered on the ready-to-download-and-print calendars page. There are also customisable calendars and customisable monthly planners available, where you can choose absolutely any day for your weeks to start with, you can also make it in any language.
You are welcome to contact me with any business or partnership offers.
However, to save your and my time, please note that I do not accept offers to turn my software into adware or malware, to include advertisement into my software installers, to put any information that is untrue, misleading or illegal on my website. The amount of money offered does not matter. I prefer happy users. (Yes, I know, I may end up in poverty one day, but hundreds of thousands of people who visit this website and use my software will never have to to spend hours trying to get rid of annoying toolbars, add-ons, adware or malicious software on their computers.)
You are wasting your time. Junk will either not pass the spam guard, or be deleted in the instant it reaches the addressee.
Also, there are many things, way more useful and satisfying, one could do with their life other than spam distribution.
No, it won’t. And, by the way, there are many things, much more useful and satisfying, one could do with their life other than scam.
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