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  • magsfarm Level 1 (0 points)

    Call Apple! I reported the issue, and the tech person said it is a "known issue" and is being worked on. More phone calls may elevate priority. Squeaky wheel etc.

  • Gloriagfg1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Thank you. But How I can export all the information the calendar that I cannot keep the color I want to the new calendar??

  • Gloriagfg1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Thank you. But How I can export all the information the calendar that I cannot keep the color I want to the new calendar??

  • Gloriagfg1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Thank you. But How I can export all the information the calendar that I cannot keep the color I want to the new calendar??

  • kjmcc Level 1 (0 points)

    My blue calendar has changed to purple on my mac and all my devices. I try to change it back and it goes right back to purple.HELP PLEASE!!!

  • vancouvermb Level 1 (10 points)

    Mine changed too and I don't use busy cal. Do use icloud. Seems like Apple is becoming more like Microsoft by the day...

  • ChrisAskew Level 1 (0 points)

    Mine has changed too.

    Come on Apple -get a grip and sort this out.

  • Ryan007 Level 1 (85 points)

    Mine has changed, too.

  • fpino Level 1 (0 points)

    Mine too. This happened to me before, but now I can't recall how I solved it. In any case, now it looks it's an icloud issue...

  • Fred Thorne Level 1 (5 points)

    Same issue here, only I use the broader variety of colors available on my iMac rather than the limited, silly "candy-colors" available in iOS7.  In the past my iMac-set colors (including black, royal blue, and other more 'professional' looking colors) trumped the very limited set of colors available in iOS.  Now iOS has a mind of its own and resets calendar colors to whatever it feels like.

     

    I like to use black or gray to denote work-related calendars, a deep or royal blue for personal calendars, orange for my SF-Giants schedule, and red for my SF-49ers schedule.

     

    I tried unlinking each device (iMac, iPhone, iPad) from iCloud to try to change the iMac's colors to what I wish, but iMac (or iCloud) just keeps changing them back.

     

    Very, very annoying and not what I expect from Apple.

  • Tozz Rogginz Level 1 (0 points)

    I am having the same problem!

  • unclemiltie Level 1 (0 points)

    Me too, started about a week ago. 

     

    I have multiple calendars on my Mountain Lion and Lion mac's that sync up to family members calendars (wife, two kids from iCloud.  All of them have changed to the "other" color (purple) on my mac starting last week

     

    If I log into the web interface of icloud the calendars are also that color there.  If I try to change them the change does not stick on icloud.

     

     

    Looks like this happened with the rollout of the new icloud look and feel for ios7.  Incredibly frustrating that something that worked perfect a few weeks ago is now a mess and I can't tell one calendar from the other. 

     

    Apple, FIX THIS!

  • coachgarrett Level 1 (0 points)

    REPOST...

     

    I figured out ONE thing in reference to all of our issues with iCal.  The color issue is CONFINED to the TWO original list "home" and "work".  When I create NEW list, the colors with hold.

     

    Also I have learned that once I TRANSFER all my info off the lists that will not hold colors to a "new list" you CANNOT delete the lists that WILL NOT HOLD the colors.

     

    So a temporary fix would be ....

    1) Make a "new calendar" to the color you want

    2) Export the calendar that you CANNOT keep the color you want

    3) Import the "exported list" to the new calendar

     

    You will still be stuck with the TWO CALENDARS that will not hold the colors you want, but you can de-selected them and not have to deal with them on your iCal,.

  • coachgarrett Level 1 (0 points)

    REPOST....

     

    I have found a Work Around.....

     

    The color issue is CONFINED to the TWO ORIGINAL CALENDARS "home" and "work".  When I create NEW calendars, the colors with hold.

     

    Also I have learned that once I TRANSFER all my info off the calenders that will not hold colors to a "new calendar" everything will work.  I then just DELETE OFF the two calendars that keep changing colors.

     

    So here is a step by step fix ....

    1) Make a "new calendar" and select the color you want

    2) Export the calendar that you CANNOT keep the color you want to your desktop

    3) Import the "exported calendar" to the new calendar

    4) Then DELETE the calendars that KEEP changing colors.

    5) Rename your NEW CALENDAR back to the way you want it.

     

    This has SOLVED all my problems.

  • NewToMacLD Level 1 (0 points)

    Worked for me. Thank you.