The cool side of the pillow...
What Icon Set and Window Theme are you using?
hey! thank you! :)
@mike pass:The window borders are from Nimbus theme, and icons are from Ubuntu Studio theme. You can find nimbus theme here : http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Nimbus+(Ubuntu+and+Debian)?content=54755 and Ubuntu Studio theme in Ubuntu repositories.@lennart : no problem :)
omg, thats great, been looking for something like this for a whilethank you
Excellent. But, I run SuSe 10.1 and my evolution-webcal is in /opt/gnome/evolution-webcal/evolution-webcalJust in case someone wanted to find it, you could run this command:cd /sudo find . -name evolution-webcalI'm no Linux expert, but that worked for me.
Oh I messed up the location it's actually:/opt/gnome/lib/evolution-webcal/evolution-webcal
Thanks Jeff, i'll add that to the post...
Hi, i can read from the calendar but i can't write to it from evolution, is that normal? is there a way to solve it?Thanks in advance for your help.Regards.
@factoriadigital.com :I normaly don't use Evolution, but I tried several things after your comment and I also wasn't able to write to Google calendar .. Sorry, I don't know any workarounds.However, I might advise you to use Thunderbird with 'Lightning' and 'Provider for Google Calendar' plugins for mail and calendar. With these plugins, you can read&write to Google Calendar.
for some strange reason a few weeks ago the times listed jumped back 7 hours... so what is scheduled for 10am in google shows up as 3 am on the gnome calendar.any suggestions? thanks!
larry;All I can think is that you have set the timezone wrong in one (or both) of your system and Google Calendar.
I think I'm missing something here. I open the terminal window typed in what you said,then another window popped up asking how many hours before it refreshes. I confirmed that window then nothing! What have I missed out?
Hello,thanks for the tip.I was actually looking for something like a gDesklet app, but this is great too.
Is it possible to subscribe to more than one Gcal calendars?
I have the same problem. The time zone is set to Europe/Stockholm in both Google Calendar and on my system, but my events show up one hour late in the GNOME calendar.Has anyone found out how to fix this?
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