Re: [Evolution] Wrong dates in calendar

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From: Andre Klapper via evolution-list <evolution-list gnome org>
Reply-To: Andre Klapper <ak-47 gmx net>
Subject: Re: [Evolution] Wrong dates in calendar
Date: Thu, 25 Nov 2021 12:34:12 +0100

On Thu, 2021-11-25 at 18:09 +0800, JeanPierre wrote:
I noticed some thing strange in Evolution calendar - All the public
holidays are a day early?? (Xmas day is on the 24th December, New
Year's day is on the 31th December, Easter monday is on the Sunday
before, Good Friday is completly missing?? etc...) 

Which exact timezone is set on the system?

Evolution get that information somewhere online, this information is
country specific (I'm in Australia). 

Please provide a link to whatever online calendar you're using, plus
how you set it up in Evolution (type, etc).

Is there a way to get Evolution to get this information again and
reset it correctly?

Hard to say without clear steps to reproduce...

 All the location/time zone is set correctly in Linux Mint 20.2
the Evolution version is: 3.36.5 


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The system time zone is set to Perth/Australia (+ 8 i think). In preference, Evolution is set to use system time. 
There is no online calendar, it's just Evolution calendar 'Personal On This Computer'

I checked on an other computer that is running Manjaro and has a more up to date version of Evolution (3.42.1), but it has the same wrong dates.


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