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#20284
Loading offline calendar on startup. 8 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
The network connection needs a bit time to startup so rainlendar fetches data a few seconds after the start (which in my case are 15s) During this time the calendar is empty.

Suggestion: Make rainlendar load the offline copy that it already creates (if checked) right after startup and sync it with the online version when available.

PS: Make the delay in the settings in seconds rather than milliseconds. Looks better.
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#20295
Re: Loading offline calendar on startup. 8 Months, 1 Week ago  
It should do that already but there seems to be a timing problem so this doesn't always (or ever) happen. I'll try to fix it.
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#20696
Re:Loading offline calendar on startup. 6 Months ago  
My Calendar never loads without an internet connection which can be a pain as I live in a remote area where often there is no connection. any way of changing this?
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#20717
Re:Loading offline calendar on startup. 6 Months ago  
Have you enabled the offline copy feature for the calendar?
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Re:Loading offline calendar on startup. 6 Months ago  
I have just done that, thanks
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