Issue: Calendar displays awesome, but each evening at 7PM EST the event for the next day is displayed, replacing the current day’s event. I would like the current day’s event to be displayed until midnight, then it should display the next day’s event.
Background: We use this amazing plug-in to display the hours of operation for two libraries. The library hours are independent of each other, and can change frequently. I setup the Google Calendar with a single, all-day event, for each day of the week (and the daily event repeats weekly). The title of the event is all the plug-in displays, as the title contains our hours.
The Google Calendar is set to EST (GMT-05:00). Under Settings > General, our Timezone is set to New York (which is also EST, GMT-05:00). Both are set to have their week start on Sunday. We have a single GCE feed.
Retrieve events from: “00:00 today” and “0”
Retrieve events until: “The end of time” and “0”
Maximum number of events to retrieve: “1”
Timezone adjustment: New York
Cache duration: 43200
<div class="gce-list-event gce-tooltip-event">[event-title]</div>
I feel like I have tried every combination of timezone and timezone adjustment, and compounded by only being able to test my changes once a day after 7PM EST, I am not sure what is going on. It is likely something simple I am overlooking.
Any suggestions would be awesome, thanks!
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