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The problem still exists... However, Google Gmail is smart to ignore any suffix in your gmail address following a '+' sign. If your gmail is first.last@gmail.com, then any first.last+anything_i_can_add@gmail.com will go to your inbox. You can use this trick to ask your iCloud contacts to use a fake but valid address like first.last+icloud@gmail.com address ...


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Quoting Calendar's AppleScript dictionary in macOS Catalina (but applicable since Mojave) : "This class represents an 'open file' alarm. Starting with OS X 10.14, it is not possible to create new open file alarms or view URLs for existing open file alarms. Trying to save or modify an open file alarm will result in a save error. Editing other aspects of ...


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I was unable to get all the way to my ultimate goal of creating repeating calendar events with open file alerts. But, i did at least solve this question of how to create a repeating calendar event in AppleScript, so here it is. The main issue is that you can't actually create a repeating event. You have to create a static event, then modify that event to ...


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This drove me crazy at one point too. Make sure you are putting these events onto a local calendar, and not an iCloud calendar. File open alerts won't work unless they are on a local "On My Mac" calendar.


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Settings > Notifications > Calendar: You can specify what to receive. Here is a pic of the choices:


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Instantly clear notifications in calendar inbox, never get those again: Calendar > calendars Next to each calendar (shared/subscribed) is an “info” button. Click. Shared Changes: turn off. This will instantly clear the inbox. FYI: Below the color choices is Event Alerts: choose on/off to get notification for the upcoming events (day before, hour before, ...


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Instantly clear notifications in calendar inbox, never get those again: Calendar > calendars Next to each calendar (shared/subscribed) is an “info” button. Click. Shared Changes: turn off. This will instantly clear the inbox. FYI: Below the color choices is Event Alerts: choose on/off to get notification for the upcoming events (day before, hour before, ...


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