posted on 2003/11/01 13:38
For someone who wrote a book based on the concept of timezones, he seems awfully clueless.
Meanderingly via the worst of the iApps, via Chris Heathcote.
iCal does exactly what I expect when I change my timezone to US/Central (as I would do in three weeks, if I were taking my laptop).
Admittedly this is using iCal 1.5.1, which fixed a lot of timezone stuff. On the other hand, this is a free upgrade, so why wouldn't Cory install it? (Other than the awful metal interface, obviously.)
chaff / iCal and timezones: a dialogue: A short exchange examining how timezone support in iCal works, because Cory didn't get it.
[ 0 days, 22 hours later ]
(Sunday) via Sven, Jon Udell on timezone support in iCal et al.
Mentioned here because I agree with Sven that iCal 1.5.1 has pretty much fixed the issues Udell describes well here.
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