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    ICAL: list all events on one calendar
    Is it possible to see a list of all the events on one particular calendar?

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    Good question and I have a follow up on that one: I use iCal to record my work hours. Just create an event for my day at work and make notes, what I did. By the end of the month I have to hand in a spread sheet. So my question: is it possible to see right away total hours of an event for the day/week? is there a way to export events and import into a spread sheet? (using neoOffice here...)

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    My question was born out of the fact that you can already search for events, which are then LISTED for you.

    I figure that it wouldn't be that much trouble to see all the events on calendar X by just using a search term something similiar to this: 'calendar:X'

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    did you play a bit with the search functions? my work events are simply just called "work" and then usually the week number. Then I searched for "Event and ToDo titles" (click on the little triangle in the search field) and typed in "work". It found all my work events....

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    Hey dekan,

    That's not really what i'm getting at. e.g I have a calendar called "Career Events". But I don't actually have any events created with the words "career events" so when I search for "career events" it doesn't bring anything up.

    I'm sure there must be a hack/script/plugin somewhere that can provide this functionality - just keep looking I guess. I wish I knew how to program.... would do it myself.

    p.s. I really dig your suggestion about total hours - I'm doing pretty much the same thing and it would be so useful to have that kind of function (however microsoft-like it may be).

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    Yah, seems like our problems/questions here are a bit too special

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    Solution
    Quote Originally Posted by StevenH View Post
    Is it possible to see a list of all the events on one particular calendar?
    Try typing "" into the search field.
    -Pete

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    Also, uncheck your other calendars
    The "" into the search box works, and then to see only one calendar, uncheck all the other ones on the left side. (I'm using 10.5.1, FYI.)

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    Thanks randomdeanna. Great first post!

    Welcome to the forums!

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    TimeTable gets iCal hours
    Wow, so I'm a bit late with an answer for dekan but.... if you're still
    looking to get your hours out of iCal, check out http://www.stevenriggs.com for a demo version of TimeTable. It does just what you are looking for if you are running Leopard. Cheers! ~Steve


    Quote Originally Posted by dekan View Post
    Good question and I have a follow up on that one: I use iCal to record my work hours. Just create an event for my day at work and make notes, what I did. By the end of the month I have to hand in a spread sheet. So my question: is it possible to see right away total hours of an event for the day/week? is there a way to export events and import into a spread sheet? (using neoOffice here...)

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    Also, if you have a bunch of calendars, you can command click on any one of the calendar check boxes and it will clear them all at the same time. It will also bring them all back too.

    Quote Originally Posted by randomdeanna View Post
    The "" into the search box works, and then to see only one calendar, uncheck all the other ones on the left side. (I'm using 10.5.1, FYI.)

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    looks like a sweet app. I will definitely try it out. thx for the heads up!

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