iCal...Make It Happen
iCal...Make It Happen
1.0.2

4.0

iCal...Make It Happen free download for Mac

iCal...Make It Happen

1.0.2
09 January 2003

Perform automated tasks based on your iCal calendars.

Overview

iCal...Make It Happen allows you to use iCal and its scriptability power to control and automate tasks based on data in your iCal calendars. It creates an iCal calendar called iCalMIH that monitors your other calendars and performs tasks when the date and time match.

Currently iCalMIH is in early development stages. Tasks that it can currently handle include Play an iTunes Playlist, Open a Specific Web Page, Open any application, alias or applescript you tell it to, Get the current weather conditions for your ZIP code and Allow for the importing of an exported iCalendar formatted calendar into iCal.

What's new in iCal...Make It Happen

Version 1.0.2 adds the following:
  • Has been updated to open URL's with your default browser rather than forcing the use of IE

2 iCal...Make It Happen Reviews

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Luciddawn
06 November 2002

Most helpful

I'm very interested in responses to iCal...MIH. What do you think of the idea? Do you have actions in mind that you would like it to include? I very much believe iCal could be the Killer App Apple has been looking for. Scheduling sits at the center of everything we do, and iCal could become the organization tool that's been needed. Let me know what you think. luciddawn@ikinsella.com
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Version 1.0b1
Phil
15 July 2005
Not too sure, but when i did the export from Entourage to iCal, it did not pick up the "Notes" from Entourage. I saw no options to disallow this. wondering why and how i can get them. iCal is a bit clunky compared to Entrourage --- meaning --- one could simply double click the Event and a separate window would pop up and allow us to edit the Notes section in Entourage. And...i noticed that when we try to move an Event to say, another month, the entire calendar moves to that date. then we have to use the mini-calendars to click on the current date to return to the original location. **seems to me that the iCal has much more mousing and keyboarding to get around. makes it a bit unwieldy. any help or comments that could help are appreciated.** Aside: actually, the software itself is Excellent. I migrated a PowerUsers calendar and it ported very nicely, albeit missing the 'Notes'. This is a moderate problem, but it would be much better if it had just this added function of depth. Overall, very good so 4's across the board. tkx, -p
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Version 1.0.2
Luciddawn
06 November 2002
I'm very interested in responses to iCal...MIH. What do you think of the idea? Do you have actions in mind that you would like it to include? I very much believe iCal could be the Killer App Apple has been looking for. Scheduling sits at the center of everything we do, and iCal could become the organization tool that's been needed. Let me know what you think. luciddawn@ikinsella.com
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Version 1.0b1
$20.00

4.0

App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • or later
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