Should be fixed with version 126.96.36.199.
One hour time difference for nextcloud synced events
Is Asia/Karachi the correct time zone?
- enable logging in DAVx5 (DAVx5 settings / Logging)
- create an event on your mobile phone
- sync it and make sure that it appears in Nextcloud/Thunderbird
- send the .zip with the logs to email@example.com
- disable logging
@rfc2822 Yes, it’s the correct timezone.
I have sent the debug info, one thing that is obvious from logs is that nextcloud isn’t doing anything, event is sent to server with one hour added to it, so issue is definitely in phone, now just need to figure out what is causing this.
I forgot to mention in email, but I created the event for 10:00 - 10:30 am.
@aqeeliz Thanks for the logs. I could identify the problem, but unfortunately we have suddently got a lot of work, so it will take some time until I can try to fix it.
@rfc2822 Sure, no problem. Take your time, and thanks for all the help!
For reference: https://github.com/ical4j/ical4j/issues/475
@aqeeliz You can easily workaround that issue when choosing a timezone similar to Karachi. Like for example Yekaterinburg - which has also GMT+5. It should work until we got that fixed in DAVx⁵.
@aqeeliz Does that workaround (Yekaterinburg) work for you?
@devvv4ever Thanks for the tip. Changing device’s timezone to Yekaterinburg solved the issue for any new event created, but it didn’t update events already created. Is there any way to fix all those without removing and re-adding the account?
@aqeeliz Unfortunately, this workaround only works for new events (or changed events when you change them to Yekaterinburg on the server and they are synced again).
And you don’t have to change the device timezone if you don’t want, it’s sufficient to only set the time zone of the events (e.g. in Nextcloud; either per-event or as a default setting, which will apply to new events).
@rfc2822 Ah, okay. There are only couple of recurring events which are problematic for me right now, will manually update them.
Thanks for the help.