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I am so confused, I thought ICal stored its data in ~/Library/Calendars
however everytime I delete this directory and restart Ical. For a few Seconds everything seems fresh, I see Home and Work directories are empty but then after a few secnds everything comes back the way it was before I deleted the Calendars folder?????
Where is the data being stored to enable this restore...
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by:strung
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Try Home/Library/Calendars

or /users/username/library/calendars
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by:NewtonianB
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Home/Library/Calendars: no Calendars Directory
/users/username/library/calendars this is the one i'm deleting but the data comes back from somewhere after I launch Ical

I just upgraded to SNow Leopard i dont know if it has anything to do with this
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by:NewtonianB
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I think Leopard has something to do with it actually
http://support.apple.com/kb/TS1906
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Fixed,
 I had to disable sync services!
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