Hope everyone is doing well. heh heh... uh.... I did something pretty stupid, and I'm hoping someone can help me out.
I downloaded and ran the script located here.
The site tells me to install a plist file into my ~/Library/LaunchAgents folder (I'm assuming that this means the root Library folder, not the one with my name.)
Here is the text:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple Computer//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
<string>tell application "System Events" to set isiCalOpen to count (every process whose creator type is "wrbt")
if (isiCalOpen is 1) then tell application "iCal" to quit
do shell script "defaults write com.apple.ical \"first day of week\" -int " & ((((weekday of (current date)) as integer) + 3) mod 7)
tell application "iCal" to activate</string>
This was supposed to change the view of my weekly view in iCal such that the current day always appears in the middle of the calendar.
However, now the calendar monthly view (my Primary) is changing it's view as well. Monthly view is my primary view, and had I known the current day would get shifted to the middle of the view in monthly view, I would not have installed this key.
In an effort to fix the issue, I deleted (and removed from the trashbin) the file that I used. It did not work. Now my computer has permenently changed the monthly view such that the first day of the week is seen is Friday, then Saturday, then Sunday etc.
(I believe it's stuck here since I removed the file)
Today I decided to try to fix the issue again by installing the key again into ~/Library/LaunchAgents and rebooting the machine, hopefully returning Wednesday to the middle, then deleting itg again, but everytime I try to add the plist life to the LaunchAgents folder, my mac tells me I can't alter the folder therefore cannot add any files into it.
Please, calling all Mac experts, how can I get my system back to the way I want it?