I've had excellent luck with the script on my iPhone, I've helped others
set theirs up to use it as well. However, I too am interested in seeing
it in my Google Calendar, but I am having issues. When I add it as a
subscribed calendar and it asks for the iCal URL I give it the same URL
I use on my iPhone, however, nothing seems to be showing up.
Any ideas or am I missing something?
Mickey Mossey wrote:
> Since this script came up again, I just want to put in my two cents
> right now...
> THANK YOU -- it works great!
> I can subscribe successfully to my Oracle Calendar via Google Calendar
> now, which in turn allows me to sync with absolutely no problems down
> to my Android phone. Yes, it's read-only, but on my phone this is
> exactly what I need 99% of the time -- for the times I actually need
> to tweak something, web calendar works fine on the phone's browser.
> So, thanks Wes, and anyone else who got this working to it's current
> Tyler Whitney wrote:
>>> I fixed this by going to "Settings" -> "Mail, Contacts, Calendars".
>>> At the bottom is "Time Zone Support" and I changed this to a city in
>>> the east, like Boston. Don't remember what was there, but it wasn't
>>> a city.
>> Thanks! I went right in and started messing with the time zone to no
>> avail, until I realized I wasn't following your directions. I was
>> under the regular time settings, which is set to automatic. When I
>> finally went to the right place, I found it was set to a strange
>> timezone, I forget the exact setting, but I changed it and its
>> showing correctly now. Dunno what happened.
>>> Nope. All times exported by that script are UTC (Temps Universel
>>> Coordonné). Check your device time zone settings.
>>> Both my laptop using iCal and my iPod Touch calendar are showing
>>> correct times. My iPod Time Zone is set to Montréal.
>> I changed mine as well as stated above, I used Montreal too because
>> it was easy to type in and bam it worked. Great. Thanks Wes, sorry to
>> doubt your magnificent script.
>>> The easiest, though least helpful assistance that I could offer
>>> would be to change the time on your iPhone by an hour. :)
>>> No applause, just throw money.
>> I preferred this method, and the brilliant thing about it is that I
>> would go home an hour earlier! However, I don't think my supervisors
>> would like that very much, despite me being on time for my meetings.
>> Thanks for all the help. Another iPhone issue averted.
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