Day@Time has a problem
I'm on MESZ (Berlin time) and my calender software is the brand-new iCal version that came with Mountain Lion. When I enter a time on Todoist, the subscription to iCal enters it on iCal two hours earlier. My browser is Safari on Mac, all the newest versions. I'd like some help, please!
Asked by Linda Anne Engelhardt on Sep 16, 2012 - 06:14
Sorry, David - I found the preferences finally (your screen sizing is really wide at the moment, the little wheel is waaay far away from the rest of the material on the page.
Could it be that the algorithm behind "GMT+0200 Europe/Berlin" has a catch in it, causing all entries to be set back two hours?
I will pass this issue to the developers, but it would be very helpful if you could confirm if you experience the same issue in Google Calendar. I'm not recommending this or any other software, but just adding your feed there to see if the issue persist and then removing it would be greatly appreciated and would help us very much just for the purpose of investigating this issue.
You can see how fast and easy this process would be in this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gzGubOy8GuE Unsubscribing from the feed can be done in 2 clicks by choosing "Settings" from the "My calendars" section and clicking on the unsubscribe link.
I set up the Google calendar as instructed and must tell you that in Google the time is correctly "fed" (i.e. if I say 2 pm in todoist, Google shows me 2 pm; Apple still shows me 12 noon for the same event).
So the problem is apparently really connected to the new Apple iCal system. It would be fine to fix this! Thanks!