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How do I stop iCal automatically moving on the screen?


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  • How do I stop iCal automatically moving on the screen?

    I'm just trying to look at iCal and another screen at the same time, so I can verify which days something is on. But, I can't, because every time I move iCal, it keeps centering on the screen, and IT'S DRIVING ME NUTS!!!! :!$#%: :bash: :verymad:

    This is one of those very very very very very very very few occasions where I can't stand my Mac. Again, this maybe one of... well... maybe the only thing I don't like about my Mac. (They're not perfect, but they still are a thousand times better than Windows, at least.)

    Anyways, if anyone knows how to disable this automatic repositioning, I'd be MOST appreciative! I don't care if I have to type a string of commands into Terminal to get the job done- I just want it to stop.

    Thanks in advance! )

    P.S. This is in Tiger, BTW, not Leopard.

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    Re: How do I stop iCal automatically moving on the screen?

    Eh... I realized I could just resize it, and then when I move it around the screen, it stays put, as long as it's within the "physical" boundaries of the screen. Not EXACTLY what I was hoping for, but, it works...


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