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Creating and editing vs. browsing
Authored by: robg on Nov 20, '07 09:26:03AM
Great, so it's better at creating and editing events (in your opinion). My complaint is about browsing existing events. In the old setup, it required zero effort to see the event details. In the new setup, I have to press Cmd-I for every single event just to see the details ...and then press Escape to close that window. Repeat ad infinitum.

BTW, this all relates to month view. Daily and weekly views are useless to me, as I have too many longer-term projects that I like to be able to see at a glance.

-rob.

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Creating and editing vs. browsing
Authored by: barefootguru on Nov 20, '07 12:15:08PM

While I prefer the old method of an event's details sticking around on the screen, there's a couple of shortcuts which make the new method more bearable:

- If an info window is open you can double-click another event or just click somewhere else in the calendar to dismiss the window (no need to click Done)

- Instead of double-clicking an event and then clicking Edit, single click the event and command-E



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Creating and editing vs. browsing
Authored by: JonMountjoy on Nov 21, '07 04:52:08AM

If it helps, you can just hit command-I again to close (you don't need to move your fingers to escape)



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