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Toodledo events start & end time appear 1 h late !
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TOPIC: Toodledo events start & end time appear 1 h late !
#16542
Toodledo events start & end time appear 1 h late ! 2 Years, 10 Months ago  
If the event in Toodledo is 16:00 ~ 17 00, it appears with the time 15:00 ~ 16:00
on Rainlendar on my desktop.
It really sucks and make the whole thing completely useless
and the money I paid a waste ...
I'm using Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bits.
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#16545
Re: Toodledo events start & end time appear 1 h late ! 2 Years, 10 Months ago  
Toodledo support is still in beta. Can you tell what your time zone is and are you using daylight saving time? You should also verify that the time in Toodledo's settings is the same as on your local computer.
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#16550
Re:Toodledo events start & end time appear 1 h late ! 2 Years, 10 Months ago  
I'm in Japan and the setting in Toodledo is correct,
If you're stuff doesn't work, you should not charge 9 bucks for it, this is plain robbery
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#16553
Re:Toodledo events start & end time appear 1 h late ! 2 Years, 10 Months ago  
The beta versions are not tested so it is highly likely that there are bugs in them. They are not meant for daily use and the application even says it when it is started the first time. The beta works without the license too so it is not required to buy the license if you just want to try it.

Anyway, I tried to reproduce the problem by changing my timezone to Tokyo Standard Time, matching the clock in the Toodledo's settings and the task was shown correctly in Rainlendar. So something is configured differently in your system if you the times are not the same. I would need to get the Rainlendar's debug log to know where things go wrong.
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