Change appearance eg font size etc

I am often having troubles in iCal that I can't view the whole contents of an event box in the week view.
Is there a plugin or whatever that can change this?
- Possibility to show/not show the time in the event box.
- Possibility to change the font size and style.

Andreas,
The only way that I know of to influence how information is displayed in the week view is to change the size of the viewer window.
Font size is not selectable through the user interface and there are currently no third party solutions.
Please make your need/desire for changing the appearance known through Mac OS X Feedback.
;~)

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