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Old 06-05-2011, 02:38 AM   #8
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I looked at Calvetica, and found that it wasn’t designed for the iPad. However it does work with the iPod Touch, so I downloaded the free Calvetica Narrow for that.

Thanks for the heads up. It does look better than the dratted Apple calendar.
Oh sorry about that. I don't use my iPad for calendar stuff because the iPhone is always with me.

It's certainly a lot better than the Apple version. I recently solved a problem that had been with me for quite a long time; some daily calendar events that had come across from Entourage persistently failed to work, in spite of looking as if they should. When I looked at them in Calvetica, they all had a weird date and time in the past for the next reminder time. Fixed and now working as they should.

   
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