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if you can use firefox instead of safari you can use: set firefox with iMacros set a cronjob with croonix that launch firefox
Using Google delegates definitely caused the high-CPU problem with me. The simple solution is to: Uncheck the delegation w/in Calendar's Account info window (as indicated by the UPDATE above) Change your Google calendar sharing by selecting the desired calendar(s) within the Google Sync Settings page: https://www.google.com/calendar/syncselect Making ...
As you can see from the example you provided, RSS feeds are not meant for calendars. Instead, they are meant for use with an RSS reader (like Safari) that will display, in your example, dates in text format and provide a "Read more..." link that will direct you to the website. Unfortunately, there's not much you can do, because even converting the RSS feed ...
iCal (actually now Calendar.app) is strictly a Gregorian calendar. It shows Chinese dates as a matter of convenience, but it does not actually operate on the Chinese calendar system.
Generally speaking Calendar supports CalDAV and Exchange calendars. I am not certain what an "rss-calendar" is but if it can be converted to or supports CalDAV or Exchange calendar formats you are golden. I have not had to import a or subscribe to a calendar in quite a while so Calendar in the last couple of versions of Mac O/S may have some new supported ...
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