Starting from OS X 10.9 Mavericks, the system Calendar application automatically informs you about all-day events at 9am the day before the due date by posting notifications, in addition to the alarms you set in Pagico.
This is easily going to cause a problem for you, as there would be too many notifications depending on the amount of tasks you have. You can correct this behavior by disallowing the auto-notification feature in your Calendar app. Here’s how:
- Launch the Calendar app (located in your Applications folder)
- Open the Preferences section of the Calendar app,
- Change the “All Day Events” alarm setting to “None” (see screenshot below)
Making this change only affects the auto-notifications that the Calendar app adds. This setting will not affect or remove your existing alarm settings.
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