The developer of High Priority continues to pound away at improving this Menubar iCal To Do manager.
The latest release (1.1.1) is a universal binary and allows you to hide subscribed calendars.
It is also much smarter at parsing iCal’s To Do information. The new version correctly displays non-standard completed dates that include time zone, due dates that include time, URLs that don’t contain a specified type and more.
You can use High Priority in a limited-functionality version for free, or pay a USD 6 registration fee for the full version. It’s available from the developer’s web site .
Tags: high priority, iCal, menubar, subscribed calendars, to do, universal binary