WOW! this is a huge leap forward. i cannot get the info in a NUTD notes field to export, but at least i can see the time and label of the meeting. if anyone has a tip on how to export notes in a NUTD "Box" (ie, when you double click an appointment), i'm all ears.
I'm surprised (although happy for you) nobody has a problem to get this app to work. I downloaded the current demo and it crashes before doing anything other than appearing in the Dock for a second. Are all of you on Intel and Leopard or might there be another reason? Thanks for some advice.
Did you make sure and move the necessary scripting addition into the ScriptingAdditions folder?
::On another note, I recently ran across a small issue with this process. NOW exports the text using a vertical tab in the description field when the description uses a return. This is because it also uses the return as the end of line character. The problem is that iCal doesn't know how to use the vertical tab character, so your notes will all be on one line instead of split into multiple lines.
The only way around this is to use an application like Text Wrangler to replace the vertical tab characters with line feed characters.
The reason I found this out is because vertical tabs will make iCal Server stop working correctly.
I'm glad you ask. What scripting addition? I downloaded the demo "iCalSyncNUTDDEMO.zip". It contains only an app called "iCalSyncNUTD". I read about scripts, but I don't know which. Do I have to write them?
You're right. I got lost in the jungle of links and long application names. I'm sorry to have caused the need to concern yourself with me. Thanks for doing it. I will now proceed to the application discussed here.
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