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As an addendum to the above, if the Other section is not visible in the sidebar, go to Preferences and select the General icon. Now select the Show Birthdays Calendar or Show Holidays Calendar (or both) and close the Preferences pane. The Other section is now added below the iCloud section. You can now right-click in the Other section, select New Calendar ...


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Something that seems to work for Google calendars: on your phone, go to Settings => Mail, Contacts, Calendars. Scroll down to the Calendars block. Select Default alert times. You can then chose phone alerts by type of event.


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Lets try this to Reset your iCal operations. Back up calendars and Disable calendars: Go to: ~/Library: /Calendars /Library/Preferences/com.apple.CalendarAgent /Library/Preferences/com.apple.iCal.plist move all to the desktop. Restart.


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Go to System Preferences > Internet Accounts, remove your Google account and add it back again. WARNING: This operation will eliminate all the data related to your account stored in your computer and will download a fresh copy (email, contacts, messages, etc.)


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I assume you have local calendars and iCloud calendars. Make sure that the events and birthdays are only in one calendar. I had the same problem before. After consolidating my calendars and moving them to iCloud it was fixed.


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Hold down the alt key when you have the invitations list in view. All the OK buttons will change to Ok All and all the Accept buttons will change to Accept All Clicking the Ok All will clear the invitations with just the OK All. The other buttons do not change annoyingly. As I would like Decline All


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Lock Screen Calendar is supposed to do the trick


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You can do a screen capture of your calendar and then use the image as your lock screen


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There is a app on iTunes that might do just what you want. Calarm: Calendar Alarm Clock By squishLogic For $1 it is worth trying. This app will automatically wake you up every day before your first calendar event and alert you about events during the day. • Alarms for all calendar events, including all-day and birthdays • Ability to cancel specific ...


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I believe that the alarm has to be activated on the event itself in your calendar app. Just go to the event and edit it, then set a reminder alarm to go off at a specified time before the event (15 min. before, 1 hr. before, etc.). Remember, you can set alarms when you're creating the event as well. =)


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Make a .aiff file containing silence


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If you haven't signed in with your Apple ID on an Apple device at least once in its history, these are the only services available to you. What is web-only access to iCloud? Web-only access is a free level of iCloud service that's available to anyone, including people who don't own or use Apple devices. It includes access to Pages, Numbers, and ...


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I hate the basso sound. I prefer not to have any sound on my alerts, except on rare occasions. I went to the command line and did 'touch Basso.aiff'. That creates a zero kb file that you can copy to /System/Library/Sounds/ I do wish however, that there were a way to set the alarm default to "no sound". That would be the correct way to solve my problem.


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This app can do exactly what is needed here : you can choose which calendars to display on its Notification Center widget ! Agenda+ | Calendar & Reminder Widget It also displays all day events.


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There are several ways and I think the first step is to make the .command file just a shell script. Given you comment re automator I would suggest the easiest way is to create an automator/applescript that calls this shell script. This then can be called by calendar Other ways are using non GUI tools and call the shell script from a cron or launchd entry


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To safely alter the file just make a copy or backup of the file and then work with the original: To modify the file log-in as a sudoer (usually an admin account) and open Terminal. Enter the following to backup the file: sudo cp /Applications/Calendar/Contents/Info.plist /Applications/Calendar/Contents/Info.plist.backup you have to enter your password ...


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I would just make a copy of the original .plist on your desktop for example. Then copy it a second time, make your changes in this second copy and then drag and drop the edited .plist back to where it came from. Try out Calendar and see if all is well, if not you can always drag the original copy on the desktop back to where it should be.


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Well there doesn't appear to be any actual proper solution to this, so I have resorted to simply putting an alert in at the pre-set duration of the event. Definitely not what I was hoping for but... it's the best that I could come up with. This gets me an alert at the end of the time block, but unfortunately won't automatically adjust if I alter the ...


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Those are the operating system calendars, and you can only use one at the time. The Calendar.app allows you to have multiple calendars at once.


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typing a "." into the search field and pressing enter will bring up a chronological list of events. As far as sorting by calendar, I think the only way is to de-select the other calendars and then do the search.



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