|Oct 17, 2012, 11:09 AM||#1|
Delete iCal Alerts in Mountain Lion?
no matter what I try I always have these alerts (see attached screenshot). I use my calendar often enough that these alerts are inundating me. How can I permanently stop and/or remove these alerts?
fwiw - the event is created in google calendar with NO alerts. iCal is adding this
|Nov 15, 2012, 11:52 PM||#4|
Disable pop-up calendar notifications
This was driving me crazy too, and none of the usual suggestions worked. What DID work -- holding down the Option key while clicking on the Notifications icon in the menu bar (top right of the screen). This apparently disabled all pop-up notifications -- hooray!
|Mar 29, 2013, 12:48 PM||#5|
This works for a day,
after the next reboot this setting is gone. The text below the slide says ' Will resume tomorrow" ?
iCal just keeps popping out alerts about events, also sending those to my iPhone and iPad. How do i stop that?
15.4" Macbook Pro 2.2 Ghz Intel Core i7, 4 Gb RAM | OSX 10.8.5 | 23" ACD | iPhone 5S | TV2 | iPad3
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