Posted by: macintoshsisters | March 7, 2008

Change 10.5 iCal’s default alarm sound

A nice new feature in OS X 10.5’s iCal is the ability to create events that have an alarm attached by default—previously, you had to manually do this for every event you added to your calendar. (10.4 readers, there’s some info in this hint for you as well, if you’re interested in adding alert sounds—for iCal or general use—to your system.) Now all you need to do is open iCal’s Preferences, check the box for Add a Default Alarm to All New Events and Invitations, and set the time-before period to whatever you like. From now on, every event you create will have a default alarm that appears at the time you specified.

FULL article at MacWorld

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