CaliBrate
CaliBrate
1.8.5

5.0

CaliBrate free download for Mac

CaliBrate

1.8.5
17 October 2014

Create and batch process iCal events.

Overview

CaliBrate allows you to create and batch process Calendar (iCal) events.
  • Batch process Calendar or iCal events.
  • Flexible search criteria & range match presets
  • Search for and remove duplicates.
  • Search for annual recurring events and delete later non-recurring duplicates.
  • Move or archive events to new calendars or delete them.
  • Auto-reformat, modify, or set event titles, notes, locations, and URLs.
  • Add or clear alarms and attendees.
  • Modify or clear recurrences.
  • Edit, create, and delete individual events in event drawer.
  • Use an existing event as a template to create a new event in event drawer.
  • Magic Hat: drag text to it to parse events.
  • Drag & drop text among fields on event drawer when editing or creating events.
  • Drag & drop date or time strings to event start and end dates / times.

What's new in CaliBrate

Version 1.8.5:

Note: MacUpdate Desktop and Finder report that this is version 1.8.5. The dev states it is 1.8.5y

    • Compatibility update for Yosemite.
    • Resigned for Gatekeeper v2/Yosemite.

7 CaliBrate Reviews

Rate this app:

Nicksloan
06 June 2008

Most helpful

Very flexible and effective tool for searching iCal and making batch changes to events. Quick response from the developer when I reported a problem with date formatting. Altogether a nice bit of software to have and to use.
Like (3)
Version 1.2
porg
22 June 2013
Does the find & replace function support regular expressions? If that function would work, I'd test/buy this app.
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Version 1.8.4
redragon2501
04 October 2012
Does amazing fast and simple impossible batch actions for ical events!
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Version 1.8.3
Coolmemin
21 June 2010
Awesome app! I love it!
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Version 1.7.4
Beang
20 October 2009
This app is amazing!!!! Totally worth 8 bucks, and more!
Like (1)
Version 1.7.3
Steven-Goodheart
16 September 2009
Used it a few minutes and immediately bought it. It's so easy to use and has a great, intuitive interface. The number of useful things this program does for a mere $8 is astounding. If you use iCal intensively, this is a great investment for a very reasonable price. A must-have.
Like (1)
Version 1.7
Nicksloan
06 June 2008
Very flexible and effective tool for searching iCal and making batch changes to events. Quick response from the developer when I reported a problem with date formatting. Altogether a nice bit of software to have and to use.
Like (3)
Version 1.2
Mike-the-magician
02 March 2008
For 8 bucks you have to work harder, mate. Kills my iCal regularly. Get many AppleScript Errors while adding relative alarms to Events. Afterwards your GUI crashes as well
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Version 1.0
4 answer(s)
Wooden-Brain-Concepts
Wooden-Brain-Concepts
19 March 2008
As always, please email developers with bug reports. They will be corrected when they are known. Unfortunately if this is a problem it was not caught for the 1.1 release but will be for the next.
Like (2)
Version 1.1
Wooden-Brain-Concepts
Wooden-Brain-Concepts
19 March 2008
The errors related to "adding relative alarms to Events" was due to a bug in Leopard. It had not been caught until I saw this posting. It is now fixed in 1.1.2. Other mentioned bugs I have not been able to reproduce. The GUI crash may be related to the first bug. Once again, it will be much more helpful to communicate with developers when software has problems so that those problems can be fixed. Developers may only read forum comments when they post new versions if at all, so that just delays getting them fixed.
Like (2)
Version 1.1.2
MacUpdate-Lon
MacUpdate-Lon
19 March 2008
It's difficult (why, I don't know) to get people to understand that MacUpdate is an outlet for softwares and that when issues arise with a given software that the developer(s) should be contacted directly via their respective websites. I post frequently in response to 'trouble' posts here at MacUpdate, telling people to contact the developer. We're (MacUpdate) not the manufacturer, folks!
Like (3)
Version 1.1.2
scotteg
scotteg
14 September 2009
@MACUPDATE ADMIN Then why have a Troubleshooting category if you don't want these types of posts? I have found that, when a developer does not respond to emails, posting the exact same message to macupdate.com gets an immediate response. Should you shun or welcome the opportunity to be the Twitter of Mac software?
Like (3)
Version 1.7
$8.00

5.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 64
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.0 or later
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