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I changed my "Refresh" settings in iCal preferences from "push" to "every five minutes." For some reason, this got things moving again and started syncing.
While setting up the Calendar, when my wifi was disconnected I got the same message. Then I used my 3G modem for fast and continuous connection. It resolved the issue.
The great thing about a specific question is that it can be given a specific answer. For example, the OP said: "There's an excellent Flickr app called SuprSetr which I'd like to automatically launch each morning at 3:55 am. How?" Answer: Save the following as com.tjluoma.SuprSetr.plist (or whatever name you prefer, but it should end with .plist) and put it ...
The option to open a URL in iCal was actually removed in Mountain Lion, but you can now use Calendar alarms instead: Using launchd, you could save a plist like this as for example ~/Library/LaunchAgents/openmail.plist: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple Computer//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" ...
It looks like Apple has removed the built-in functionality from Calendar. However, there are 3rd party applications that can launch apps automatically at a specified time. Try Lingon -it works in Mavericks...
Follow this procedure: Launch the calendars app The default view when first setup hides the calendar listing pane. I am not sure if previous versions hid it by default also. Click View --> Show Calendar List A list of all calendars tied to your accounts will appear. Each calendar name has a checkbox next to it. Just uncheck the ones that you do not want ...
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