|Nov 3, 2012, 09:55 AM||#1|
In iCal, why does the default reminder only allow you to choose "all day events at the time of 9am", regardless if it's on that day, or the day before, or 2 days. Why can't I change that time to lets say 12pm or 11pm...or 10am etc.....
that has to be changed manually when i set up a new event. It would be nice if I could really customize it so setting up new events would easier and less manual.
can someone please help, i would really appreciate understanding why Mac did this or if there is a work around.
"just a kid having fun...."
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