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This link might help. Scroll down to the section to codesign your app. http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5914
I do not know about Automatic. But if you just move (scroll) the today to the first line of the Month view, you will see the following 5 weeks. Making it automatic is a problem, since the Month view is what it says. It has been set to show the month, while Today is a variable.
Sometimes using wild (global) characters in a search field to fill in the space helps. Try using ?tv or space tv or !tv or >tv try any of those :)
Quit iCal, and try removing the com.apple.iCal.plist file from your Mac Open Finder Go Menu, hold the option key and click on Library Go to Preferences Remove the com.apple.iCal.plist file or put .bak behind it (backup) Logout or reboot your Mac and your problem should be fixed.
In iCal Go to Preferences Enable Turn on Time Zone support
You could check out this page by Google, explaining about CalDAV used by your iDevice. In case you have two-step-verification, you need an application-specific password as explained on this Google page. I think this - the two-step-verification - is the issue you're having.
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