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smile Posted 2015-08-26 - 13:33

I export my calendar in ics format so I can use it offline on my pc. The problem is that the time in the ics file is wrong, it has a -1 hour offset.

For example, I have an event in my google calendar for tomorrow at 10:10 am. memotoo syncs and shows the event with correct time. My phone also syncs with memotoo with no problem and shows the correct time (10:10). But when I try to use the ics time, the time is wrong. I opened the ics file and I saw that the problem is that the event has been exported with wrong time.

20150827T091000Z

instead of 1010.

This happens with all the events in my calendar and it is very annoying. The export feature is completely useless if I have to edit all my events and change the time manually.



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Thomas - Webmaster Memotoo


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smile Posted 2015-08-27 - 17:41     Subject: Re: Wrong time when exporting calendar to ics

The time is correct in the ics file because there is the "Z" char, and this char define that the date has the timezone "GMT"
As your timezone is "Europe/London" with Daily Saving Time, there is one hour difference during summer.


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