You can disable the shared calendar notifications in Notification Center on OS X. Although, the setting to turn it off isn't where you'd expect it to be.
Hate having your Facebook events separate from your regular calendar? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica shows you how easy it is to export them to Google Calendar, iCal, or Outlook.
A number of iCal and MobileMe users are noticing an issue in which alarms set a week in advance result in iCal giving a "403 Forbidden" error.
Sometimes synchronization errors can result in iCal calendars and events multiplying. There are several ways to reset synchronization data, but here is a thorough approach to ensure that the synchronization system starts from a blank slate.
One problem you may run into when using iCal is the program constantly popping up with an error stating "Access to account 'account name' is not permitted." This may happen after syncing from another system, or after migrating to a new account or computer, but upon dismissing the error it may pop up again immediately or whenever the calendars are refreshed.
While iCal is an exceptionally convenient and robust calendaring program, there are some quirks to how it handles certain functions which can be rather frustrating at times.
iCal, Apple's integrated calendar program included with Mac OS X, is a great utility to stay organized. There are, however, some issues that can arise. Here's what to do about them.
Reports have surfaced that iCal calendar events that contain all-day events are having issues when publishing to MobileMe. The issues appear to be related to Snow Leopard's version of iCal.
It is possible that when setting up your calendar to sync via MobileMe with your Mac and your iPhone, the times could end up being different. One Apple Support Discussions user found out just that and also managed to figure out how to correct it.
Occasionally users may find that they have accidently created a To Do list item in iCal many years in the future, causing iCal to crash.