Apple Software Bugs Rise to New Heights : OS X iCal Truncating days off the end of month.
I always thought that February was the shortest month of the year.
After all, ever since I could speak I’ve known the poem:
Thirty days has September, April, June and November.
All the rest have thirty one, except February,
which has 28 days clear and 29 days in a leap year.
If only Apple knew it, because apparently they think that January 2009 had only 24 days!
This is OS X Leopard iCal, the one which dispensed with the the side drawer in favour of a crappy pop-up box for editing calendar entries.
Here Apple are trying to work their way into the enterprise as a viable Outlook alternative with better Exchange support for Mail.app etc. but I’m sorry, if this is the best they can do, I’m sticking with Outlook/Entourage.
Is there anyone else out there who’s found that their months have been truncated with the last week missing in Leopard’s joke of a calendar application?
Now I’m sorry, but this kind of quality beggars belief! Apple, WTF are you playing at? GET YOUR HOUSE IN ORDER.