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View iCal's day and week view in reverse chronological order

1035 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: Feb 17, 2011 3:42 PM by scottclayton RSS
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Feb 12, 2011 1:44 PM
Greetings iCalers,

When I think about day/week calendars, with the Y-axis being times of the day as in iCal's day/week views (e.g. "3:00 AM", and "5:00 PM" are in the leftmost column), I think about times building up to midnight from the bottom—i.e. the day starts at 12:00 AM on the bottom, with 1:00 AM above that, and the day ends with 11:59 PM on the top. I've learned that this intuition is atypical, and all calendaring systems I've come across work in the reverse direction, in line with the majority of people's intuitions.

I'm wondering if there's a way to get iCal to display in the reverse-chronological order. I suspect there isn't, and I've never seen a terminal command or apple script for it, but I'm hoping there is. If anyone know and could post it here, that would be great!



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Mac OS X (10.6.6), iCal Version 4.0.4 (1395)


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