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Event start and END time in iCal?


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I am looking for a way to show both the start and end time of an event in iCal. In week mode the block can be somewhat vague as far as the end time goes. Seeing something like 10:30am to 11:55am would be great.

I know you can just click on the event but I want to be able to glance at it and know instantly.

Any help would be great!
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