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I have found a workaround. In that list, let’s call it Downloads, I have put the word “downloads” in every reminder item. Like so: Downloads Download http://arstechnica.com/apple/2014/10/os-x-10-10/24/#javascript-automation Download https://www.apple.com/downloads/dashboard/ Redundant and not too pretty, but it works. The way I accomplished this was ...


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As Insomniac Software mentioned, the Birthday calendars come from the Contacts app. In the Contacts app, it (confusingly) launches at a page that shows an aggregated view of contacts from different sources. Tapping the "Groups" button at the top left of the screen takes you to the list of sources. You mentioned that on your Groups screen, you have two ...


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The Other Birthday entries are collected from the Contacts, not from a Calendar. In the Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars screen, how many accounts do you have with Contacts enabled? It will create a Birthday calendar entry under Other for each account, even if there are no contacts with birthdays entered.


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Go to help topics and the answer is there. It happens when someone invites you to an event and you have not accepted yet. In the top left corner of the calendar screen there is a symbol that looks like a u with an arrow pointing downward, Click on this and the events appear asking if you want to accept or decline. one you complete the number disappears.


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How about something like that: $ find ~/Library/Calendars -name "*.ics" | xargs grep -h -e "SUMMARY" -e "DTSTAMP" | sed -E 's/^[A-Z].*:(.*$)/\1/g' | sed -E 's/^([0-9]{4})([0-9]{2})([0-9]{2})T([0-9]{2})([0-9]{2})([0-9]{2}).*$/\1-\2-\3 \4:\5:\6/g' Fist’s Birthday 2014-05-16 05:44:20 Secon’s Birthday 2014-07-26 09:58:49 Third’s Birthday 2014-05-16 05:44:20 ... ...


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This question was asked on StackOverflow, and one answer provides a script to grab this information and populate it in Calendar.


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To create local calendar on Yosemite (when no such option is available via File menu) navigate to calendar in Other section in the sidebar, select one and right click, then select New Calendar. This should create calendar in On My Mac section (local).


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This may be due to Google Calendar. The only reliable way I have found to control what calendars get sync'd to iDevices, is a fairly hidden control panel on Google Calendar: https://www.google.com/calendar/syncselect This panel allows you to select which calendars will sync to your iDevice and iCal. Simply uncheck those you don't want in iCal or iPhone, ...


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It's a little strange, but I guess those birthday calendars are related to your iCloud account. Got to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > iCloud and turn off and on Calendars. Hope it helps.


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It's simpler than that. Goto Settings> Mail > Exchange Calendars Just switch off calendar and switch back on. It will sync automatically.


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in the iCalendar app, go to the bottom and click "Calendars", in the center of the page under iCloud click on the calendar you want to view, usually it's "home", that brought up everything i wasn't able to see that i had previously added. good luck!


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Go into "Privacy" in "Settings". Select Calendars, and make sure there aren't any apps requesting access to your calendar. If there are any, turn them off! (This happened on my husband's phone, and as soon as I closed the app, the calendar was allowing new entries again.)


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I had to program a bi-monthly event. I could NOT find any way of reliably doing so. In the end I programmed 2 (identical) events, one on the 2nd Thursday, one on the 4th. You could do similar with 3 events.


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It appears to be a known issue without a switch yet. Check out this forum https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6634705 Send Apple feedback. They won't answer, but at least will know there is a problem. If enough people send feedback, it may get the problem solved sooner.


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All you have to do is to choose a long and loud ringtone as your calendar alert sound. Try it, it works, and doesn't require any technical manipulation. You can change the alert from the preferences (and not within calendar itself). You will probably have to make a ringtone yourself if the regular ones seem too harmless... A ringtone can be as long as 30 ...


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Same happened for me on a macbook pro with Yosemite, and the problem fixed itself after a couple of hours. I have multiple gmail accounts configured, and noticed that each account started to fail after I had accepted 'upgrade to the new google calendar app', so I believe this is a side effect of google rolling out a new version of calendar.


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This worked for me: Open Calendar on your Mac. In the left column list of calendars, right click (or command-I) on the calendar in question and "Get Info" Check the box labeled "Ignore alerts" Hit "OK"


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The data repository for Calendar service is located at /Library/Server. Inside that directory is a folder containing data specific to the Calendar service at /Library/Server/Calendar and Contacts. Within that folder is a Config folder that has the main configuration file for the caldav daemon called caldavd-system.plist. The limits are based on your ...



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