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#433
Re:Rainlendar 2.0 build 26 7 Years, 5 Months ago  
Well, that's odd. Everything appears to be working fine now. I'm curious if it was due to restarting the computer. I tried exiting out of RL and restarting it and that only sped it up. Here's the code from the restart.


10:34:14: Error: can't open file 'G:\Program Files\Rainlendar2\license.r2lic' (error 2: the system cannot find the file specified.)
10:34:14: [0:00:00.094] Reading skin G:\Program Files\Rainlendar2\skins\Shadow4.r2skin
10:34:14: [0:00:00.110] Reading file xml/languages.xml
10:34:14: [0:00:00.110] Reading file xml/elements.xml
10:34:14: [0:00:00.110] Reading file xml/calendar.xml
10:34:14: [0:00:00.110] Reading file xml/eventlist.xml
10:34:14: [0:00:00.110] Reading file xml/todolist.xml
10:34:14: [0:00:00.125] Reading file xml/tooltip.xml
10:34:14: [0:00:00.125] Reading file xml/sidebar.xml
10:34:14: [0:00:00.125] Reading file xml/alarm.xml
10:34:14: [0:00:00.125] Reading file xml/long calendar.xml
10:34:14: [0:00:00.125] Reading file xml/dual calendar.xml
10:34:14: [0:00:00.141] Reading file xml/year calendar.xml
10:34:14: [0:00:00.141] Reading file xml/digiclock.xml
10:34:15: Error: can't open file 'G:\Program Files\Rainlendar2\license.r2lic' (error 2: the system cannot find the file specified.)
10:34:15: [0:00:00.328] Local Time: Ticks: 1162830855 Date: 06-11-2006 Time: 10:34:15 DST: No
10:34:15: [0:00:00.328] UTC Time: Ticks: 1162830855 Date: 06-11-2006 Time: 16:34:15 DST: No
10:34:15: [0:00:00.328] Default: Read 12 VEVENTs and 5 VTODOs from file "Default.ics"
10:34:15: [0:00:00.360] CItemImage::Draw(): Unable to find the element ""
10:34:15: [0:00:00.360] CItemImage::Draw(): Unable to find the element ""
10:34:15: [0:00:00.360] CItemImage::Draw(): Unable to find the element ""
10:34:15: [0:00:00.360] CItemImage::Draw(): Unable to find the element ""
10:34:15: [0:00:00.360] CItemImage::Draw(): Unable to find the element ""
10:34:15: [0:00:00.360] CItemImage::Draw(): Unable to find the element ""
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#436
Re:Rainlendar 2.0 build 26 7 Years, 5 Months ago  
Seems to be working ok mostly. Some of my recurring events aren't working right it seems.

Timezone:
GMT
Are you using daylight saving time: Yes
What is the time Rainlendar shows: Start 1.00pm, End 3.00pm
What is the time Rainlendar should say: Start 12.00pm, End 2.00pm
If you set Options->AdjustDaylightSavingTime to false, does that make any difference?
Yes, all events show correctly as far as I can tell.

I've attached a copy of the event.
Hope it helps.
File Attachment:
File Name: Export.ics
File Size: 516
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#622
Re:Rainlendar 2.0 build 26 7 Years, 5 Months ago  
I thought I can type in the start time and end time for events in b25, but it seems that whenever I type in a time and click ok in b26, it just set it back to 12:00am (上午 12:00 in zh-tw).
It happens even if I type in those which is already on the list.<br><br>Post edited by: Jackal, at: 2006/11/11 10:53
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#633
Re:Rainlendar 2.0 build 26 7 Years, 5 Months ago  
The time parser is not able to parse all the different time formats. You should be able to enter the time at least in HH:MM format (e.g. 19:30).
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#647
Re:Rainlendar 2.0 build 26 7 Years, 5 Months ago  
Thanks!
I thought I could just choose the nearest time and change the minute part (eg. choose 10:30 and change the minute to 45 for 10:45), but if rainlendar cannot parse different time formats, maybe it is better to just list out the time in HH:MM format?
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#652
Re:Rainlendar 2.0 build 26 7 Years, 5 Months ago  
For me it would be much better alternative but then people start to ask why they cannot have the time in their localized format. So, this is the best compromise for now. I can try to improve the parser in the future versions.
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