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Rainlendar 2.0 build 27
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#879
Re:Rainlendar 2.0 build 27 8 Years ago  
Google defines the times with the timezone information included which is not supported by Rainlendar at the moment.
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#884
Re:Rainlendar 2.0 build 27 8 Years ago  
I see, setting the general timezone correctly (+1) and then setting the calendars to timezone 0, Rainlendar works correctly.
BUT I *think* it used to work somehow before this build.
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Re:Rainlendar 2.0 build 27 8 Years ago  
Stormy wrote:
[quote]Looks like the problem is related to the non-default directory for the config files and using the command line argument...

Code:

--config "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\.rainlendar2"



The desktop calendar works fine with the config files back in the default directory
Code:

C:\Documents and Settings\<yourname>\.rainlendar2



Finally...Success.
1) Removed the program and it's configuration file from the non-default directory.
2) Reinstalled Beta27 using the default directory for the configuration file.
3) Relocated the configuration file and default.ics files to the non-default directory.
4) Added the command line argument --config [path]

Work great!<br><br>Post edited by: Stormy, at: 2006/11/25 16:27
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