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  • ollie61 Level 1 Level 1

    Once again today the same problem. This problem now seems to be with just one calendar. This staff member is VERY upset that this cannot be resolved.

     

    In my  ICal timezone support is on for all calendars for all staff members.

     

    When I log in to any other staff member's calendar on the Wiki, it seems the time zone is correct. When I log in to the troublesome one it is not. My staff member's PC is set to the correct time zone as is mine.

     

    Surely there is a way this can be resolved.

  • ollie61 Level 1 Level 1

    OK here is what I know.

     

     

    Staff member Bernard's calendar appears to be the only one that changes. If the "display timezone" is dependent on the client, and I have confirmed the client machine has the correct timezone set, then why does the timezone change?

     

    You asked "Do you have cookies enabled for your web calendar site?" My answer is I don't know and don't know how to do so. Can you explain how I would do this?

  • stephen.willis.smith Level 1 Level 1

    So I think I have fixed this for good..... 

     

    /Applications/Server.app/Contents/ServerRoot/usr/share/collabd/coreclient/public /javascripts/calendar/caldav.js

     

    Change:

    // fall back to America/Los_Angeles because California is *obviously* the center of the universe :-)

                        return 'America/Los_Angeles';

    to

     

    // fall back to America/Los_Angeles because California is *obviously* the center of the universe :-)

      return 'America/New_York';

  • ollie61 Level 1 Level 1

    /Applications/Server.app/Contents/ServerRoot/usr/share/collabd/coreclient/public /javascripts/calendar/caldav.js

     

    This path does not seem to exist on my system. I am using OSXServer (Mountain LIon)

     

    David

  • stephen.willis.smith Level 1 Level 1

    Its on mine.

    So you click on the desk to so finder shows up on the menu bar

     

    then click "go"

    click "go to folder"  and enter that in.  should lead you to it....

     

     

    I checked the both the ocmputers that have the server app.

     

    Mountain lion 2.2.1

  • stephen.willis.smith Level 1 Level 1

    caldav.png

  • ollie61 Level 1 Level 1

    No such folder and no such file

     

    I did as you said and also checked spotlight for the file

     

    I am running OS10.8.3 and OSXServer 2.2.1

  • ollie61 Level 1 Level 1

    OK I found it by Open Package contents, but it does not show up otherwise.

     

    I tried to edit the caldav.js file but it says I do not have permission, and yet I am logged in as Admin

  • ollie61 Level 1 Level 1

    No problem permissions changed temporarily and all fixed. Thanks so so so much for finding this. Another indication of UScentric thinking at Apple?

  • stephen.willis.smith Level 1 Level 1

    I copy the file and put one on my desk top and save another copy some where safe.

    once on the desk top you can edit it and copy it back in the folder.

    it will ask you for your user name and password.

     

    if something goes wrong you always have the original copy

  • stephen.willis.smith Level 1 Level 1

    yeah so many simple things, options that should be made available that just arent there....  Can be furstrating for sure...  Let me know if you run into any issues or if it doesn't work.

     

    also remember if you update the server you'll need to update that file again.

  • stephen.willis.smith Level 1 Level 1

    One more note, its "new_york" for me.  You'll need to change it to whatever timezone you need. 

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