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Discussion in 'macOS' started by alexprice, Oct 25, 2007.
Check this screenshot...
time machine will do strange things.
change ur system clock and that will happen!
That's because your calendar is set to July 17! You can see it in the dock.
As your clock shows it is a Tuesday.
Nice job setting your clock back
That's iCal's default. IIRC.
1. July 17th was more than 64 days ago
2. July 17th is the default date for iCal when it is not open
Actually it could be off by years. The counter apparently has a maximum day count of 64. I rolled back to October 25, 2006 and it shows only 64 days until Leopard.
So this means I could have it last December....
I heard on another forum that the dock iCal icon shows the real date, even when closed.
That was a pretty good joke. Too bad that it's taken Apple until 10.5 to actually have a dock that tells the true date. It's funny how many of these threads have come up.
They lied.... mine shows July 17th... and my system clock is correct (at least now it is)
Thanks to my Delorean
Only in Leopard.
is there a hack in 10.4?
The countdown can only shown 2 digits for each column but can count back further. THink you just managed to get a number that had 64 as the last two digits (can't be bothered to count )
actually there is...
it's a software called iconical i think...
best to search macupdate or versiontracker and you'll find it.
Yeah, I figured that out. Given 365 days in a year, if you walk back a year, you have 364 days and some number of hours to go... drop the 3 and you get the 64... Stupid two digit counters....
According to my sources, Leopard will be out in less than 64 days.