Currently Being ModeratedJan 29, 2013 11:44 AM (in response to VRS)
Running Disk Utilities/Repair Permissions shouldn't have caused the problems.
Mine show as Adobe Acrobat, but there are similar plug-ins for Adobe Reader. When I downloaded Adobe Reader, I was asked if I wanted the plug-ins installed. Try downloading the program again to see if you get the option.
There appear to be Calendar backups in the user library.
Hold down the option key while using the Finder "Go To Folder" command. Enter ~/Library.
If you prefer to make your user library permanently visible, use the Terminal command found below. It does work with Mountain Lion:
You might want to bookmark the command. I had to use it again after I installed 10.8.2. I have also been informed that if you drag the user library to Finder it will remain visible.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 29, 2013 12:38 PM (in response to Eric Root)
Thank you for your reply and for the information.
Re: pdf - solved in another forum - I did not have plug-ins enabled and after enabling plug-ins, pdf s became readable.
Re: iCal I have found the Calendars. However, I guess I need hand-held help :-(
because I do not have any idea restoring which file will restore my iCal as it was previously to Jan. 27, 2013 when I imported calendar.ics from my iMac to my MBPro. The calendar on my iMac is not up-to-date and I really needed the dates I had on my MBPro iCal before they all disappeared.
Here is a list of files under "Calendars":
Thanks again foryour help.