Where does iCal store data?

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  1. davenet
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    Hi,

    I had my hard drive fail on me but I am still able to read most of it, so I need to recover my iCal database.

    I actually did find it, but my 'to do' list is not there. Just my calender items.

    Where does iCal store items in the 'to do' list?

    David
     
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    ^^^ user library, I believe, not system library ^^^
     
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    Yes, user library, which is why I used the ~ symbol.
     
  5. davenet
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    OK, that is sort of what I thought. So I wonder why all my 'to-do' items are missing? Any ideas?

    David
     
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    in the ~/Library/Application Support/iCal folder then is a file called todos-info.plist. Maybe that has your to do list
     
  7. MobiusStrip
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    Nope.

    ~/Application Support/iCal no longer exists in SnowLeopard.

    I wish Apple would stop dicking around with data locations. Application Support is supposed to be where app data is stored.
     
  8. UngratefulNinja
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    How did you even find this 3 year old thread? Snow Leopard wasn't out 3 years ago so that WAS where the data was stored when the thread was created.
     
  9. redsoxkc
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    Snow Leopard (10.6) location

    The answer to this question (no thanks to UngratefulNinja) is ~/Library/Calendars.

     

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