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Hello,

Tomorrow is the day that iCal will have the proper date in my dock even before I've turned it on. Weeeee!

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If you want to experience this thrill every day, just set iCal to launch at startup.

Cheers :-. Bill
 

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<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by sputnik:
Sorry for being stupid but

huh?
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Hello,

When you start up your computer, iCal shows it's default date in the dock, which is July 17th. Since tomorrow will be July 17th, iCal will show the actual date in the dock even before the program has been launched. Once the program is launched it shows the current date in the dock.

<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Gerbill:
If you want to experience this thrill every day, just set iCal to launch at startup.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

Since I don't use iCal everyday, I don't need to have it launch up on startup. I don't like having lots of programs launching on startup. I have too many bad Windows memories of long boot times and lots of programs eating up memory.

Would iCal adjust the date if I opened it one day, then quit the program, but left my computer on over night?

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