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    Question iCal - setting default event times

    Hi all, just an odd question about iCal.

    Has anybody had the need to change the default 60 minute appointment / event time to say, 30 minutes?
    I realize it is possible when creating the appointment initially and do it manually, but it tends to get a bit tedious when you have to do this 30-50 times a day!

    Any help would be much appreciated.

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbieMac View Post
    Hi all, just an odd question about iCal.

    Has anybody had the need to change the default 60 minute appointment / event time to say, 30 minutes?
    I realize it is possible when creating the appointment initially and do it manually, but it tends to get a bit tedious when you have to do this 30-50 times a day!

    Any help would be much appreciated.

    Cheers
    RobbieMac
    Well I'm not sure what your problem here is; can you try taking a screenshot and further explain? (cmd+shift+4)

    a more or less temporary solution is to change view mode to "Day" or "Week" therefore you can click and drag your event to ascertain the time period.

    I'll have a look inside the preferences plist files to see what I can do.
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    Default default event times

    RobbieMac, did you ever figure this out? I want to do the same thing. When you are creating a new event, the default time is 1 hour, but I want all of my events to be 30 minutes. Is there a way to change that default? I'll be eternally grateful! ~Jessica

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    Greetings!

    I'm interested in changing iCal time defaults as well...
    I mean to change default start and end time of just created event.

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