It constantly amazes me that the Mac OS is set up so that operations that can all be performed using a keyboard require a mouse to complete them. In this case, it's editing events in iCal (or adding them, if you add them by double-clicking on the day/time as I do). You can fill in the entire event details using the keyboard - but then there's no Save key combo.
Instead of Command-E or double click for Edit, do a Command-I. When you're done editing, Command-W to close the Info window.
If making a new event by double clicking the date, name it, hit Return, then Command-I to edit. Command-W out of it.
No iKey needed. There are key combos for everything in iCal.
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