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I searched google everywhere but could not find a fix for that annoying bug.

This video shows exactly what happens:

Removing from the doc and re-adding does not fix the problem. It comes back later... :-(

Anyone with a final fix for that?


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closed as not a real question by slhck Oct 1 '12 at 18:46

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Your video is offline, this question therefore doesn't make sense in its current form anymore. – slhck Oct 1 '12 at 18:47

Try installing the combo update for your Mac OS X version. It's available on Just google for e.g. "10.6.7 combo update", if you want to update/restore OS X 10.6.7, or any other version number.

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@Gareth See the edit history on the reason why I suggest using a search engine instead of providing a link. Reverted. – Daniel Beck Sep 2 '11 at 14:48

Reinstalling iCal from the Snow Leopard disc is probably the best bet.

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Is it possible to reinstall only iCal form the disk? – TraderJoeChicago Nov 23 '09 at 3:00

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