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Old 7th April 2012, 11:47 PM
sillav Offline
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Gnome Calendar in Clock Applet

There is some strangeness going on with the clock in gnome 3.4 on F17. Even though I have setup my 4 gmail calendars in evolution, and they appear fine in evolution, nothing will show up on the clock. Reminder show up as system messages (the alarm notify), but clicking on the clock just shows 'nothing for today'. Also, even though I am able to setup the calendars and read them, I cannot add anything to them.

I suspect it is some strangeness to do with the online accounts feature, which has completely buggered up the calendar for me, and which you aren't allowed to bypass if you want to use things like empathy for chatting.

Anyone experiencing anything similar, or know of any workarounds or bug reports?
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