• Resolved wurzelserver

    (@wurzelserver)


    Since we switched to DST in Germany last month, the calendar is one hour in the past and showing 17:00 instead of 18:00.
    Timezone is set correct (checked by adding P to the Time format start time line).
    Time in calendar is set correct as well.
    Is there any option to define an offset somwehow?

    Thanks in advance,

    Cheers
    Chris

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  • Plugin Author bramwaas

    (@bramwaas)

    Hi Chris,

    At the moment there is no option to define offset.

    I can reproduce this for example in monthly recurring appointments on the second friday where the rule starts in march that is before daylight saving time and displayed now in daylight saving time.

    In that case the plugin set the time an hour earlier because the offset with UTC is an hour more. But it seems that this hour is already subtracted.

    I am sure that I have tested the correct working of this timezone offset, but maybe with other recurrent rules.
    I think I have to test it quite extensively to know in which cases the correction is still necessary.
    In order not to keep you waiting too long, I will therefore first make a (temporary) option as a work-around to disable the time zone adjustment, I hope to be able to deliver it this weekend together with another new option that is almost ready now.

    Regards
    Bram Waasdorp

    Plugin Author bramwaas

    (@bramwaas)

    Hi Chris,

    released version 1.5.0 with option “(temporary) Do not process DST in series events when already automatically processed.” default unchecked.

    When you check this option the code that subtracts 1 hour of the event-time is turned off.

    I hope this work-around will help you until I have found definitive solution.

    Regards
    Bram.

    Thread Starter wurzelserver

    (@wurzelserver)

    Hi Bram,

    I‘ve just updated the site and checked the temporary option. What should I say? Its working as a charm. Thanks from the whole team for working this out so quickly.

    If you need me to test something, just let me know.

    And indeed, the issue might be caused from a series that was started in January without DST.

    Regards,
    Chris

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