Apple has updated
iCal, its calendaring application for Mac OS X users. The new version gains performance and stability enhancements, according to Apple, and also adds a new viewing option.
iCal can be used to unify and manage multiple calendars, and can also be used to publish those calendars to the Internet or to an Intranet, either using .Mac if you have a subscription, or to any WebDAV-enabled server.
The new version of iCal, v1.5.2, adds a new option to view your calendar, event or To Do information either in a drawer or a separate window, as well as the previously mentioned performance and reliability enhancements.
Apple notes that if you’re using its data synchronization software iSync to synchronize calendars across different computers, you’ll need to make sure that each computer is running iSync 1.2 or later with this version of iCal.
The new version of iCal can be downloaded from the Web site or through the Software Update system preferences pane.