• Shared Calendars are not in my gnome gmail Calendar


    @joekamprad said in Shared Calendars are not in my gnome gmail Calendar:

    The interface is very odd on many ways… you can also go to website and remove the verification for your computer, and then login again…

    I can try that if I figure out how to do that. I did try deselect in all of the calendars in the sync settings, then adding them back, but that did not work.

  • https://myaccount.google.com/permissions
    there you should have Gnome delete connection, after this you should be able to revalidate by adding your account to gnome-online-accounts…

  • @joekamprad said in Shared Calendars are not in my gnome gmail Calendar:

    https://myaccount.google.com/permissions
    there you should have Gnome delete connection, after this you should be able to revalidate by adding your account to gnome-online-accounts…

    I tried this, and it did not work. Can I safely uninstall and then re-install gnome-calendar?

  • Okay. After a reboot of my system, the calendars appear to be back, at least for now.

  • Hey, nothing is really stable considering this matter under Gnome 3. At the beginning I used gnome 3 and it was much annoying. I often had to wait for the next restart of my machine. So I moved to Cinnamon and uninstalled the gnome-shell-google-calendar. Since then I never had these mishaps with Gmail Calendar, not even once.
    With both, Calendar and California under Cinnamon.

  • @yama said in Shared Calendars are not in my gnome gmail Calendar:

    Hey, nothing is really stable considering this matter under Gnome 3. At the beginning I used gnome 3 and it was much annoying. I often had to wait for the next restart of my machine. So I moved to Cinnamon and uninstalled the gnome-shell-google-calendar. Since then I never had these mishaps with Gmail Calendar, not even once.
    With both, Calendar and California under Cinnamon.

    I thought about using Cinnamon instead, but I was intrigued by the look of Gnome 3. (Plus, I had more trouble getting the live version of Cinnamon to load when I decided to try it out.) How do you like California? How does it integrate with system themes?

  • @WaltH [left=gnome-calendar right is california]
    Bild Text

  • @joekamprad - Thanks. California looks pretty good, though I think my eyes would have a tough time with black date numbes of the the dark gray background (the darker theme is what I use and prefer in Gnome).

  • @WaltH Yeah Gnome 3 is beatiful but I’ve had a lot of troubles with it. Freezes, touchpad/mouse problems etc…
    I like California . It is very sleek .

  • @yama - Luckily, I have not had those problems as yet.

  • @yama said in Shared Calendars are not in my gnome gmail Calendar:

    California . It is very sleek

    Maybe yes but as you need ti build it on your own it will issue on every update, also actual PKGBUILD s not working without intervention.
    Also what @WaltH is asking about “theme integration” i would say gnome-calendar is better integrated and text is better to read.

  • @joekamprad said in Shared Calendars are not in my gnome gmail Calendar:

    @yama said in Shared Calendars are not in my gnome gmail Calendar:

    California . It is very sleek

    Maybe yes but as you need ti build it on your own it will issue on every update, also actual PKGBUILD s not working without intervention.
    Also what @WaltH is asking about “theme integration” i would say gnome-calendar is better integrated and text is better to read.

    I don’t think I’m ready for an intervention, as it were. Plus, since gnome-calendar does look a little better (i.e., easier to read), I think I’ll stick with it for a while. I will, though, keep an eye on California. Thanks.

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