The calendar entries on my Android HTC EVO are a lime green background with white letters -- it's impossible to read. Is that a default setting and can it be changed?
My wife has entered all of her calendar entries into the "My Calendar" app instead of the Google calendar. Now she needs a new phone (dropped the phone and cracked the screen). Ideally, I'd like to transfer all of her "My Calendar" entries to Google calendar.
mibadt wrote:Hi,I'm on a fully updated Arch_X86-64/KDE system (re installed over a former system using former /home partition).KDE's calendar weirdly shows 3 different personal calendar files as can be seen from my screen capture here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mibadt/7710012244/If I deselect any of these three, some of my appointments and todo entries disappear.As far as I know
I use S Planner to show my Google calendar and although I have deleted entries in the actual Google calendar and in the linked Thunderbird (Lightning) calendar, these entries will not leave my S Planner. even if I delete them there, they come back again.
I use S Planner to show my Google calendar and although I have deleted entries in the actual Google calendar and in the linked Thunderbird (Lighting) calendar, these entries will not leave my S Planner. even if I delete them thewre, they come back again. From where are they being restored and how do I stop this as the source for the resteration no longer corresponds to any other record.
I am a new convert from iPhone. Put away my iphone 4 because I couldn't do what I wanted. But now after at&t and Kies and google calendar and my exchange calendar I have multiple entries for the same thing each day. How do I combine and delete? So many choices I'm flummoxed. :confused:
Due to the recent problems with no Sync feature in Kies3, I've had to temporarily resort to using other Apps to sync my S Planner calendar with Microsoft Outlook.
Today Samsung have returned Sync to Kies3, which is great, however...
During my use of one particularly rubbish app (that shall remain unnamed), I now have duplicate entries in S Planner for every single event.