Fixed-iCal-to-Sidekick
Fixed-iCal-to-Sidekick
1.1

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Fixed-iCal-to-Sidekick

1.1
16 November 2004

Work around iCal's GMT problems with all-day events.

Overview

Fixed-iCal-to-Sidekick exports iCal events to a comma-delimited text file for importing into a T-Mobile Sidekick (or any other calendar app that imports comma-delimited files). It correctly handles iCal all-day events.

Fixed-iCal-to-Sidekick is based iCal-to-Sidekick which itself is based upon Address Book to Sidekick .

Unfortunately the original has some problems when exporting "all-day" events, which were discussed on a nationally-syndicated daytime radio talk show on 11/11/04.

Since the original author has still not posted a fix, and evidently isn't supporting iCal-to-Sidekick at this time, Fixed-iCal-to-Sidekick is offered to correct the following four bugs:

1) All-day events are now detected by querying iCal, rather than attempting to locate them empirically by comparing start/end times.

3) All-day events are now exported on their correct day. Previously they were exported as starting on the day prior to when they actually begin.

2) All-day events are now exported with their start times set to 00:00:00 AM and ending times set to 11:59:59 PM relative to the user's time zone. Previously, exported all-day event times were offset by the difference between the user's time zone and Greenwich Mean Time.

3) The exported ending dates and times for all-day events are no longer zeroed, which could cause the importing calendar app to behave unpredictably, placing all-day events on random incorrect dates.

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1 Fixed-iCal-to-Sidekick Reviews

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Greyredroses
19 September 2007

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the script worked, but only imported events that were NOT all day events. so, this "fix" script was no different than the original.
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Version 1.1
Greyredroses
19 September 2007
the script worked, but only imported events that were NOT all day events. so, this "fix" script was no different than the original.
Like
Version 1.1