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> Calendar Time On Z Out Of Sync With Desktop, Opie Calendar on Hentges OZ 3.5.3 ROM
Marty
post Sep 9 2005, 05:18 AM
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I have recently got my usb connection working (thanks to tips from Lardman) and I have been syncing directly to my Z using notessync.
(We use notes instead of outlook at work so I have no urgent need to use Qtopie desktop at work)

I found that although the sync goes ok all the calendar entries are appearing 1 hour early in the Z.

I've check the date time settings and my Z and my laptop are set to about the same time.

This is bizarre! Is there a daylights saving setting on z thats affecting the times somehow? Help please!!!
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lardman
post Sep 9 2005, 08:37 AM
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Is there a daylights saving setting on z thats affecting the times somehow?


Possibly, what timezone are you in?

I actually seem to remember someone reporting this error a long while back - I don't remember whether there was a fix, etc. though a search may find the post.


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Marty
post Sep 9 2005, 11:48 AM
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I live in Glasgow, Scotland , so i've set my time zone to London.
I'll have another look in the posts just to be sure but its a strange one.
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Marty
post Sep 17 2005, 10:42 AM
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Problem solved! It seems only the basic timezone package is part of the hentges rom installation. You have to download and install your country specific timezone package (timezone-europe) in order for the calendar to take daylight savings into account.
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