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  • donazipe Level 1 Level 1
    I have 10.6.2 and the problem is still there...
  • Ziggar Level 1 Level 1
    oh well.....

    i previously tried the removal of the icon from the dock and replacing it

    that worked for that day only

    then when i installed 6.2 it went away
  • zzMarecki Level 1 Level 1
    I has the same problem until I realized I have my Google Calendar synced to iCal, which had a different time zone set. Setting a correct one fixed my problem. Maybe this one helps others.
  • rei_vilo Level 1 Level 1
    Bonjour,

    I've the same problem: today's Feb. 27th and the iCal icon on the dock shows 24th.

    I opened Terminal and ran
    killall Dock


    The dock shows the right date now.
  • Vz7 Level 1 Level 1
    My problem was solved by re-applying the 10.6.2 combo update
  • daveghard Level 1 Level 1
    Hello Guys,

    I got a new Macbook running 10.6.3 i never notice about this issue on ical at the dock until the wind blows and bring me to this thread.

    My iCal date at the dock when it is closed says July17, but when i open iCal it shows the correct dates. I tried several suggestions like 1)"killall Dock" 2)delete "caches folder" and "com.apple.....plst" 3) remove ical from dock and return it. All the said work around yield to the same problem.......need help im also tired seeing this Jul 17 date on my iCal....theres nothing special about this date.....BTW, im a newbie on Mac
  • Mike Ter Level 2 Level 2
    I am having the same problem, also with the July 17. I don't think it has been like that for too long though, I keep it on my dock and constantly glance down to double check the date. Wonderful, all of my checks probably have the wrong date on them.
  • JohnW Level 1 Level 1
    I had a similar problem running iCal 3.0.8 on a PowerMac running OS X 10.5.8 but slightly different.
    The correct date displayed, but the date was skewed off the icon strangely (not properly centered on the calendar.)
    This procedure seems to have fixed it.
    Thanks.
  • RichardIII Level 1 Level 1
    I have this issue too now that I just got a brand new iMac. If you do all the steps in the post above, is that a "permanent" fix?
    Thanks,

    Rich
  • RichardIII Level 1 Level 1
    Quick update. I dragged the icon off the dock for three straight days, then put it back. Believe it or not, mine is working correctly now. Worth a try - it's easy to do....

    Rich
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