MiCal
MiCal
1.0.1

3.3

MiCal free download for Mac

MiCal1.0.1

22 October 2003

Displays daily iCal schedule as status item.

Overview

MiCal displays the user's schedule for the day as a Mac OS X Status Item (appearing as a system-wide menu in the right side of the menu bar). Event information is read from vCalendar files, like those written by Apple's iCal application. iCal or a similar vCalendar editor is required to produce and maintain the files, as MiCal only reads, and does nothing to create, the calendar information. The application name is pronounced "My Cal.

What's new in MiCal

Version 1.0.1 adds the following:
  • Compatible with Apple iCal 1.5.1
  • Fixes some minor issues with certain recurring calendar events.

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How would you rate MiCal app?

3 Reviews of MiCal

3.25
Anonymous
28 May 2003
Version: 1.0

Most helpful

It uses way too much RAM: I just checked it - iCal uses 6.40%, MiCal 8.20% Having iCal running is much more convenient and needs less RAM, so what is it good for, then?
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HellBoy
10 May 2004
Version: 1.0.1
Ah yes Scott. The fact that it's QUICKER or in your words 'WAY QUICKER' makes all the difference doesn't it? $10.00 in order to access iCal 3 or perhaps 5 seconds quicker - now that's progress. That's what you call a truly useful application. If this is the stuff that's being written in the guise of software applications then God help us all!!!
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Scott
28 May 2003
Version: 1.0
MiCal is WAY quicker to access than iCal to check your schedule, which is what a lot of people do most frequently in iCal. About memory usage, MiCal uses Java. Memory usage reported by Process Viewer or top reports all memory associated with an application, even that shared by other applications. In the case of Java applications, a lot of shared stuff gets reported. MiCal isn't really using all that memory. You can find Apple Tech Notes about this, particularly about Java and Virtual Memory, which reports HUGE numbers, erroneously.
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3.25
Anonymous
28 May 2003
Version: 1.0
It uses way too much RAM: I just checked it - iCal uses 6.40%, MiCal 8.20% Having iCal running is much more convenient and needs less RAM, so what is it good for, then?
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$9.95

3.3

App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.2.8 or later
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