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When viewed in your choice of browser, iCal looks better. Some new additions are; "Months At A Glance" calendars in the left margin, a "last published" date in top right, a "Today" button, a "plus" (+) sign indicating more events (than can be viewed) when in "Month" view...all good stuff. I just don't know when the improvements were made. I like this "under-the-hood-quietly-released" stuff, it's like getting a surprise present. :D
 

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You're right...what a great improvement!

<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Bjornbro:
When viewed in your choice of browser, iCal looks better. Some new additions are; "Months At A Glance" calendars in the left margin, a "last published" date in top right, a "Today" button, a "plus" (+) sign indicating more events (than can be viewed) when in "Month" view...all good stuff. I just don't know when the improvements were made. I like this "under-the-hood-quietly-released" stuff, it's like getting a surprise present. :D<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
 

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How rude of me. :rolleyes: Here is a link to my old iCal Schedule* for those of you not yet using it and want to see what it looks like.

(*For demonstration purposes, obsolete schedule and will not be updated.)
 

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Um... what version is it? I've had v.1.0.2 on my ibook for awhile now... and I've just checked out the Apple website, there doesn't appear to be a newer version available. Am I missing something (or just ahead of my time?)

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Ooooh! *Now* I get it. iCal has not been updated, but the presentation of published calendars via ical.mac.com has been changed.

Yes, I see... nice additions.

M.
 
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