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MenuCalendarClock iCal gives you instant access to your iCal calendars from a menu bar icon. A monthy calendar view with your iCal schedule is just a click away. A configurable clock is included as a free add-on.

Full task management is included!

Most features are free to use, some require a registration. See company Web site for details.

Features:

  • Adds icon with current date and/or time to the menu bar with iCal schedule and 'to do' items as tool tip
  • Shows each days iCal events as tool tip of each calendar day
  • Shows daily/weekly/monthly schedule list
  • Opens iCal more...

What's New

Version 4.5.2:
  • Fixed: 12h-time users were seeing 24h "military" time in schedule.

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later

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Contempt Member IconReview+0
Contempt
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Same review as Psychiatry. I used to love this app, but with Mavericks and multiple displays, it's too buggy. I love looking at it but the second I click on it, then it's all whacked. Let's hope someone grabs the baton and continues doing something as great.

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Version 4.5.2
Psychiatry Member IconReview+108
Psychiatry
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I love MenuCalendarClock iCal. It use to be a 5-Star app on all counts.

The biggest problem is that it is DEAD software. It has not been updated for 2 years.

The latest version was released for Mac OS X 10.7. We are at Mac OS X 10.9.

ObjectPark Software's page for MenuCalendarClock is copyrighted 2007. This means it hasn't been updated in 6 years.

The Update Online... menu item no longer works. It takes you to a non-existent web page.

In Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks, MenuCalendarClock gets mixed up and disappears when you have two or more monitors with a menubar on each monitor.

MenuCalendarClock has become old and creaky with parts falling off. It no longer is earns 5-stars.

If FantastiCal had a menubar clock or if its icon could be moved to the right side of the menubar, I would stop using MenuCalendarClock iCal.

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Version 4.5.2
Hervé 5
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FYI, there is also the recent and free Itsycal that although relatively slow, mimicks MCC quite efficiently...

Ptk3
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I agree at 100%. What makes Mene Calendar Clock special it's this combination between calendar and customisable clock that no other app have. But it's messy behavior in Mavericks make it unusefull now. I just quit the app and rehab the not so customisable clock of the system (I miss the color and font choice that can help to make it really visible).

To throw the Fantastical icon to the right of the menu bar, simply click and hold command key, click and hold the icon with the mouse or trackpad, and swipe to the right. It just did it like that to have the icon of Fanstasical to the very right and the system clock on its left.

Agmcupd
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I wrote a small applescript to get MenuCalendarClock working for me on Mavericks. It toggles the open/close status like clicking on the menu item. If you allocate a shortcut to the script (via FastScripts, Keyboard Maestro etc.), it's a real working alternative.

The script is here:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/abzfia9ztt1umm1/MenuCalendarClock_toggle.zip

Fightingcat
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Quote: "or if its icon could be moved to the right side of the menubar"

You can do this with a little tool, delivered from the developer (no idea why it's not available by default). Here is the download: https://flexibits.com/fantastical/FantasticalMenu_1.3.2.zip

You can found it in the FAQ under "How can I move Fantastical's menu icon in my menu bar?".

Madmacmad Member IconReview+120
Madmacmad
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Best Calendar App in Store...
I bought them all to write a review overCalendar App's on Mac.
This one beats all Calendar App's.
Try it and you will see!

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Version 4.5.2
Brooklyn_Al Member IconReview+182
Brooklyn_Al
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Excellent application but needs to be updated for Mavericks. Does not work fully on either Mavericks DP1 or DP2. Specifically, the calender itself displays fine but the linked calendar entries from Google or Yahoo not displayed. When I go to preferences---then Calendar--there is not the option to select calendar input source(s).

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Version 4.5.2
Bvanlent Member IconReview+8
Bvanlent
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MenuCalendarClock will not open for me in Mac OSX 10.8.2 Has anyone else had this problem?

Thanks,
Brian

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Version 4.5.2
D9
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It is working perfectly for me on 10.8.2

Mrhooks Member IconReview+18
Mrhooks
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Nice app, but like far too many menubar apps (Day-O, InstantShot!, Numi, et al.), it cannot be positioned with Command-drag. (But at least it doesn't change position on every reboot like many of the others often do.) And like Day-O, it forces itself into the far right corner position on systems where Spotlight is disabled and replaced with multiXFinder. It would be nice to be able to position the app where I'm used to having a clock (to the right of everything EXCEPT multiXFinder).

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Version 4.5.2
Negritude Member IconComment+1082
Negritude
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It should be noted that the basic features of MenuCalendarClock are FREE. It's stated in the description above, and on the developer's web site:

"Get a registration (for $19.95 only) to access advanced features or use the basic features for free."

There's a little table at the bottom of the main page that explains the difference between the free and registered features:

http://www.objectpark.net/mcc.html

It should also be noted that Day-O was a hack to update MenuCalendarClock's basic functionality to work in Lion, but now that MenuCalendarClock itself has been updated and fixed for Lion, it serves less of a purpose. Note that on the Day-O web page, the author states clearly:

"It’s free, as-is (which means I’m not providing support, taking feature requests, addressing perceived inadequacies or releasing the source code)."

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Version 4.5.2
DirkTheMenace Member IconReview+104
DirkTheMenace
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A bit too expensive IMO. There are tons of free alternatives doing the same.

The new app 'Day-O' is a very good and free alternative. Check it out.

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Version 4.5.2
Robert Poland Member IconReview+7
Robert Poland
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User to be a background app. Now when I do a Command + Tab in the finder it shows. Blah...

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Version 4.5.1
Objectpark Software (Developer)
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Just go to Preferences->Display->Advanced and disable the dock icon. Restart MCC. There is no easier way - Apple does not allow background Apps to have menus which some users find helpful.

Spudboy Member IconComment+67
Spudboy
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Similar software would also be - Day-O http://www.shauninman.com/archive/2011/10/20/day_o_mac_menu_bar_clock

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Version 4.5.1
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Runtime
Version 4.5.2
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Hervé 5
Version 4.5.2
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Jrgreen
Version 4.5.2
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Version 4.5.1
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Moogan
Version 4.1.2
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Jrgreen
Version 4.1.2
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nekomamma
Version 4.1.2
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Gryphonent
Version 4.1.2
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Lacoeur
Version 4.1.2
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Daniele Falla
Version 4.1.2
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Downloads 150,702
Version Downloads 5,860
License Shareware
Date 31 May 2012
Platform Intel 64 / OS X / Intel 32
Price $19.95
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