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i-Cal set to read only ?


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I cant enter any info in i-cal, and cant find a way to switch to read & write can you help?
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Find iCal in your Apps folder.

Select it and hit Command+I.

The Get Info pane will come up. Towards the bottom of this window you'll see a pull-down arrow with "Ownership" near it. Set it to Read/Write and type in your password.

I try to Command+Shift+/ when I can.
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I should have also explained that i have tried to change them in this way
(command+I) but it wont let me do so.
I seemed to have changed a setting somewhere and cant find the right place to look.
But Thanks for the input.
This is a basic pilot error issue..............
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I should have also explained that i have tried to change them in this way
(command+I) but it wont let me do so.
I seemed to have changed a setting somewhere and cant find the right place to look.
But Thanks for the input.
This is a basic pilot error issue..............
I have just found the answer in my user folder, i have no idea how the group ownerships settings came to be changed??????? any ideas????
Otherwise consider this thread closed.
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I have just found the answer in my user folder, i have no idea how the group ownerships settings came to be changed??????? any ideas????
Otherwise consider this thread closed.
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