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Toodledo and gnome-keyring 1 Year, 7 Months ago  
I'm using Rainlendar Pro on Linux, and already got Google and RTM calendars configured for quite some time.

I wanted to test Toodledo, but when I configure the calendar, Rainlendar starts using the gnome-keyring, that I don't want to run as I'm not using it for anything else.

Why is gnome-keyring used only with Toodledo? Can it be somehow disabled?

Thanks,
Zsolt
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#18662
Re: Toodledo and gnome-keyring 1 Year, 7 Months ago  
You can revert back to the old way to store the passwords if you enable the Options->Advanced->"Use custom password encrypting".
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#18666
Re: Toodledo and gnome-keyring 1 Year, 7 Months ago  
Thank you Kimmo. Enabling the above option has the same effect as adding a new calendar: gnome-keyring is started up. The daemon started at once I enable the option, and after that each time I start Rainlendar.
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Last Edit: 2013/01/20 04:16 By zfoldvar.
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Re: Toodledo and gnome-keyring 1 Year, 7 Months ago  
You have to enter all the passwords again in Rainlendar. If there is at least one which uses the OS specific encryption the keyring service will start up (the setting itself does not convert the passwords automatically).
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