Mac 101: see iCal events in Cover Flow

Cory Bohon
C. Bohon|04.15.08

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Cory Bohon
April 15th, 2008
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Mac 101: see iCal events in Cover Flow

Continuing with yesterdays obsession with Cover Flow, here is something that you might not have known existed in Leopard. You can browse iCal events with Cover Flow right inside a finder window. All you have to do is open Spotlight up by clicking its icon in the top right corner of the screen (or pressing command + spacebar). Then type kind:ical into a new Spotlight search, and click "Show All." Your results will now be shown in a new Finder window.

Activate cover flow by going to View > Cover Flow (or press command + 4). When you find the event you want, you can double click its icon to open it in iCal.app.


[via Macworld]

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