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Hi, does anyone know how to fix this. All my dates and events dissapeared in iCal, yet the .ics files are still under user/library/calendars. Does anyone know how to remedy this? I need these events restored. Thank You

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If you still have the files, just go to File>Import.
It will give you an option to import an iCal file and let you determine the location of the file to import.
Once you do that for all of your files, your info should be restored.

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