Currently Being ModeratedSep 6, 2012 4:58 PM (in response to Rome_GA)
Same problem. Any event initiated on the Macbook Pro creates an automatic alert on the ipad and iphone. The alert is not on the MBP. All events are set to none in settings for all three devices. Spent over an hour on the phone with tech support but had to leave for an appt so never got a solution. Of course, a solution should have been found prior to a hour on the phone. Tech was trying to make it an ipad problem. (then why does it happen with the iphone as well)? I think the issue started after installing Mountain Lion (new upgrade....not sure if thats the name/animal of the new software upgrade). Seems others have the same problem but still havent heard if there is a fix yet. Anyone with a fix?
Currently Being ModeratedSep 24, 2012 7:51 PM (in response to Rome_GA)
Same bug. Default alerts are off on all three devices (and off on iCloud.com as well), but events added by Mountain Lion create an alert "at time of event" on iPad and iPhone, and this alert does not appear or register on the Mac or iCloud.com.
Events created on iOS do not create this alarm on any device (anticipated behavior).
Driving me nuts.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 26, 2012 7:02 AM (in response to IBB12)
ok got it, had to be from my ipad settings, go to settings, go to mail,contacts,calendars, and then scroll down to calendar settings and tick off new invitation alerts as well as shared calendar alerts. cheers
Currently Being ModeratedOct 25, 2012 8:41 AM (in response to Rome_GA)
Same issue here!
I posted as well:
I'm using iCal 6.0 with OSX 10.8.2
When syncing iCal with my Google calendars all is well. However, when I add an event in any one of the delegate calendars in switches the default alert from "None" to "9 a.m. the day before" etc.
I have logged into my calendar online and all the calendars have NO alerts set. At all.
I do not have this issue on my iPad or iPhone. Only on my Macbook Pro running Mountain Lion as stated above.
I’ve called support, no help there so far.
I’ve done everything except uninstall iCal itself.