iCal 1.0.1, iSync 1.0 released

mangoman

macrumors 6502a
Nov 27, 2002
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Third Floor
:) No vegemite that I ever found while livin' in da islands, bra. But sushi on the counter at your local 7-11. Man, I miss that place....
 

medea

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Aug 4, 2002
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Madison, Wi
Originally posted by adamcoop
Gotta be a little wary of 7-11 sushi, don't you?
That's what I was thinking.....
As of yet still have not had any issues with iCal 1.0.1 , but I read somewhere (can't remember) that a fix was supposed to be out soon later this month, could be wrong though.
 

mangoman

macrumors 6502a
Nov 27, 2002
898
10
Third Floor
7-11 Sushi

Believe it or not, there's so much sushi goin' round down there that you can trust the quality. Even at ol' 7-11. Anyone currently there wanna verify this so I don't sound like some sentimental hack?

Aloha,

mm

(sorry to take this off topic...again)
 

Beej

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Jan 6, 2002
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Buffy's bedroom
There's now an update to iCal, v 1.0.2. A 10.4 meg d/l.

www.apple.com/ical

I'd like to say thanks to Apple for releasing a patch so quickly (it fixes all the problems I've encountered with it), but it was disappointing that they released such a flawed update in the first place.
 

adamcoop

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Feb 10, 2002
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Canberra, Australia
** Does Snoopy Dance around office **

Yay! It works.
Well, I can't see any problems with it, connects to our WebDav server no problems, and, most importantly, displays the correct date and time.
 

Beej

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Jan 6, 2002
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Buffy's bedroom
The new iSync feature "Reset All Devices..." is great after having stuffed up a heap of iCal type stuff with the 1.0.1 update.
 

joed

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Feb 15, 2002
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Budapest, Hungary
adamcoop.

Are all your event in their rightful place? The times in the preference window showing hours? Entering a new event is displayed in the correct time slot and day?

I won't be able to download it until tonight. They were pretty quick with the update. I wasn't expecting it until late tonight or early in the morning.
 

adamcoop

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Feb 10, 2002
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Canberra, Australia
Yep, the preferences now show whole hours, not 12 minutes past, as before.

I deleted all of my old calendars, preferences etc, when trying to get 1.0.1 to work, so I can't say whether existing calendars will import okay.

Creating a new entry works as it should.