12434 Views 11 Replies Latest reply: Apr 21, 2008 10:13 PM by littlevandal
1. Insert your Leopard Installation disk into the computer.
2. The disk will appear on your desktop.
3. Double click on the "Optional Installs" folder.
4. Double click on the "Optional Installs.mpkg."
5. Click on (Continue) in Introduction.
6. Click on (Continue) in Software License Agreement.
7. Click on (Agree) to agree to the terms of the software license agreement.
8. Click on the disclosure arrow ▶ next to Applications.
9. Select (✓) iCal.
10. Click (Continue).
11. After iCal has been reinstalled, download and install the OS X 10.5.2 Combo Update.
I also needed to re install iCal, but now I can't update with the 10.5.2 package. It says my disk does not meet the requirements for this update. I have already updated once before to 10.5.2 so have no idea what to do now..
The reason I re installed iCal was because my DAViCal account won't show up anymore - I can't see my work calendar. Does anyone know anything about this?
Thanks in advance,
This thread discusses several reasons why you may be having problems reinstalling the update. http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?messageID=6931491�
Here is another thread discussing the same issue. http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?messageID=6927675�
Welcome to Apple Discussions.
the main problem with my ical is that the little info button at the lower right corner no longer exists.
Unfortunately this "problem" is a feature of iCal 3.0.X.
Edit/Info is accomplished using the "Bubble."
The following keyboard shortcuts may be helpful after creating or editing a new event:
Double clicking on an event opens the edit bubble
(⌘ + E) opens the edit bubble
(⌘ + I) opens the info bubble
(esc) closes either bubble