iCalender and iCal on Macs

 
mhowood  Oct 17th 2008 at 17:41
mhowood
Any chance of getting iCalender to work with iCal on the Mac?
 
 
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Oziem  Oct 17th 2008 at 17:42
Oziem
It should work now, I just haven't been able to write instructions on how to use it.

Which calendar program are you using?
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Ibing  Oct 17th 2008 at 21:20
Ibing
It still doesn't work. I've tried the following calendar programs on mac os: iCal, Thunderbird (lightning) and Entourage. The urls won't work and the new download files you have created can't be read in any of these programs.
 
 
 
Oziem  Oct 17th 2008 at 22:47
Oziem
Hiya, really sorry about these issues guys. As soon as I get this working I'll re-start your subscriptions.

I've just altered the newlines in the output, and I'm hoping that will fix your issues.

Could you give it a try.
"Must tri harder"
 
 
 
mhowood  Oct 20th 2008 at 20:39
mhowood
Still not seeing anything on a Mac running OSX 10.5.5
iCal is version 3.0.5 (1270)

Should I be able to see my Diary as well or just upcoming events?
 
 
 
Oziem  Oct 22nd 2008 at 16:32
Oziem
You should only see things in your plan which are today or in the future.
"Must tri harder"
 
 
 
Ibing  Nov 25th 2008 at 14:52
Ibing
Hi David

It still doesn't work. Now I have tried your suggested solutions for Outlook 2003 (On Win XP) with the open source add-on and the reply is that the URL isn't an iCalendar.

The same goes for direct import of the vcs file into outlook.

I have also tried Thunderbird (lightning) on Mac OS X 10.5.5 with nu success as well.

/Jacob
 
 
 
Oziem  Feb 4th 2009 at 22:18
Oziem
This should be working now.
"Must tri harder"
 
 
 
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