Well DUH xander. It's a known issue that when iCal ISN'T open it permanently displays July 17, which is the date it was originally released, and no one has figured a real fix yet. You think Apple would've thought of this by now; it really can't be that hard to change.Xander562 said:what are you guys talking about? my iCal Icon displays the correct date when it's open.
I have to admit you are right.skunk said:iCal needs a hell of a lot more than a cosmetic fix. The whole application stinks. Why on earth can't you scroll forward across a weekend in Day View? Why is the interface so bloody clunky? Why is entering information so hit-and-miss?
The birthdays could certainly use an overhaul, so that having them in Address Book and iCal with yearly reminders and ages just works. On the other hand most of my friends are in the stage where they do not want to be reminded of their age.iGary said:I just go a year ahead every October and pop in the ages. Again, bad form.