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TOPIC: "Keep offline copy" not working with Google Cal
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"Keep offline copy" not working with Google Cal 3 Years, 4 Months ago  
Mac OS 10, Rainlendar Version 2.9 (b106) 32 bit (Build on May 15 2011).

Rainlendar works very nicely with Google calendar but only when "Keep offline copy" is NOT selected. When "Keep offline copy" is selected, no events are displayed when online or offline. Is there something else I need to check or ?
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#15601
Re: "Keep offline copy" not working with Google Cal 3 Years, 4 Months ago  
You should upgrade to the latest beta.
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Re:"Keep offline copy" not working with Google Cal 3 Years, 4 Months ago  
I just installed beta build 108 and it's working perfectly with Google calendar and "Keep offline copy" selected. Thank you!
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Re:"Keep offline copy" not working with Google Cal 3 Years, 3 Months ago  
Thanks, just wanted to open the same topic: Using b106 currently and now I try to upgrade to the latest version b110. Hopefully that fixes it

Edit: Seems to be fixed (: (: (:
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