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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