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I just recently updated from Mountain Lion to El Capitan and discovered that the iCal option to not show event time in month view was no longer available. I found a work around by checking "all day" and putting the time either in the location or notes area. Now the event time does not take up space in the event title line. I double click on the event line to ...
Simple answer - Setting --> General --> Language & Region --> 'Change current Region Country to the holiday country you want'. iPhone will update and after sometime, your calendars will show new region set holiday calendar. If that doesn't help after change, force close calendar after region change n check again. Eg. If ur calendar is showing US holiday'...
There are two places where you will need to disable this. As @howdytom explained, set alert to None when editing your event. Calendar will ask you to save this change for all future events. Calendar creates automatic alerts for your events. To change those, go to Calendar → Preferences → Alerts and disable automatic alerts by setting them to None. ...
Yes, it's possible. Simply disable the notification checkbox on your recurring appointment that you wish to overwrite. Once you hit save it will ask you to apply the changes to all upcoming or only one occurrence.
Instead of deleting, cut the event and it will be gone:)
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