Flaw with iCal


macrumors member
Original poster
Sep 28, 2007
A flaw that I think shouldn't exist is the way that it shows up on the dock. The date that's on the dock when iCal is not open is the date you turned on your computer. So if you don't turn off your computer for a couple of days at a time like I do, you'll find this quite annoying. Apple should have the brains to fix this in an update.


Administrator emeritus
Jan 15, 2006
The Kop
My computer has been on for 5 days and the iCal date is correct and has been everyday so far.


macrumors regular
Jul 13, 2007
In the ether
Actually I'm having the same problem. I turned on my computer yesterday, let it sleep overnight while I wasn't using it, and now, it is showing the wrong date. That is to say, today is the 18th, and it says Nov 17th. When I open iCal, it changes to the correct date, but as soon as I close it, it goes back to the wrong date. Basically I'm getting somewhat tiger-like iCal results on a Leopard computer...wtf?
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