The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @mjtsai ever

June 16th, 2010

@dv0rak I was aware of BusyCal but didn't know that it offered better time zone handing. Thanks!

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to dv0rak

@mikeabdullah That doesn't work for me. It seems to set both dates according to the time zone in the event (as you'd expect from the UI).

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to mikeabdullah

@samstigler Yes, there are various workarounds. I just think the basic design is broken. Looks like an iCal, not iCalendar, limitation.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to samstigler

@danwood 2 GB is definitely not enough. Personally, I don't think 4 GB is, either.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to danwood

@samstigler That only lets me enter a single time zone for both the start and end times, but flights are usually specified in local time.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to samstigler

Sidenote: How to people enter flights into iCal when the departure and arrival are in different time zones? Two separate events?

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@seoer Yes, the time zone has always been set to Eastern, and that's what the events were tagged with.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to seoer

@jterhorst Time zone support is turned off and was also off when these alarms were created.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to jterhorst

iCal alarms not firing if I haven't closed a previous alarm. Also, some seem to be an hour late.

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