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    Smile Re: Conky Google Calendar Python Script

    So, this thread hasn't been updated recently, but I was wondering if there was any way that I could have the time BEFORE the date?

    Such as: 3:00pm Mon 7

    thanks!

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    Re: Conky Google Calendar Python Script

    Can conkyGoogleCalendar, or anthing else I could possibly hook into conky, access Google Tasks? So far I've only been able to get calendar events to appear, but I also use google tasks which can appear on the online calendar as well.
    Thanks,

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    Re: Conky Google Calendar Python Script

    Bump, why do threads keep dying as soon as I ask a question...??
    Is there any way I can get my soonest-upcoming google tasks to show up in conky? (as opposed to google calendar events?)

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    Re: Conky Google Calendar Python Script

    Quote Originally Posted by Wangsta View Post
    So, this thread hasn't been updated recently, but I was wondering if there was any way that I could have the time BEFORE the date?

    Such as: 3:00pm Mon 7

    thanks!
    Just mess about with these 2 options:
    Code:
      -f "DATEFORMAT", --dateformat="DATEFORMAT"
                            If used this overrides the default date formatting.
                            The values to use are standard formatting strings e.g.
                            Weekday=%a, Day=%d, Month=%m, Year=%y. For an output
                            like "Thu 15/10/2008" you would require
                            --dateformat="%a %d/%m/%y", to have no date you would
                            require --dateformat=""
      -F "TIMEFORMAT", --timeformat="TIMEFORMAT"
                            If used this overrides the default time formatting.
                            The values to use are standard formatting strings e.g.
                            Hours (12hr)=%l, Hours (24hr)=%H, Minutes=%M,
                            Seconds=%S, AM/PM=%P. For an output like "05:22 PM"
                            you would require --timeformat="%l:%M %P",
                            --timeformat="" is not supported, default locale
                            settings are used

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    Re: Conky Google Calendar Python Script

    Quote Originally Posted by alanwalterthomas View Post
    Bump, why do threads keep dying as soon as I ask a question...??
    Is there any way I can get my soonest-upcoming google tasks to show up in conky? (as opposed to google calendar events?)
    Don't know of anything sorry

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    Re: Conky Google Calendar Python Script

    I'm loving your calendar script. It's something I've been looking for - almost.
    Is there a way to modify the script so that the output is all on one line?
    That is, instead of
    Code:
    Event one
    Event two
    Event three
    etc
    as output, I get
    Code:
     Event one, event two, etc
    instead when I run the script.

    I want to fit a scrolling feed of my gcal events into one line on Conky. Thanks for any help!
    My configuration: Custom built desktop with an MSI P55-GD3 motherboard, Nvidia GTS 240 1GB GPU, 4 GB Corsair RAM, D-Link wireless card, 3 HDDs of various sizes, all wrapped up in an Antec 900 case with 5 fans and a Corsair 650W power supply.

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    Re: Conky Google Calendar Python Script

    Quote Originally Posted by Goombie View Post
    I'm loving your calendar script. It's something I've been looking for - almost.
    Is there a way to modify the script so that the output is all on one line?
    That is, instead of
    Code:
    Event one
    Event two
    Event three
    etc
    as output, I get
    Code:
     Event one, event two, etc
    instead when I run the script.

    I want to fit a scrolling feed of my gcal events into one line on Conky. Thanks for any help!
    The script on its own can't but use sed to replace new line with commas and you should get what you want...e.g.

    Execi conkyGoogleCalendar ...options...¦ sed ...options...

    Where "¦" is a pipe (on my phone)
    Last edited by kaivalagi; September 22nd, 2010 at 09:28 PM.

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    Question Re: Conky Google Calendar Python Script

    Great script!
    Though I'm having some problems to which I was unable to find a solution.

    Everything works great on regular calendars, but my Google Calendars also include one imported by URL calendar (and that's the most important one). The events from this calendar show up in conky -3 hours.
    So when I have "EVENT A" starting at 14:15, conky shows that it starts at 11:15.

    What could be the problem? Other calendars work just fine.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Conky Google Calendar Python Script

    mmmm, I had a similar issue in the past because of certain calendar feeds being based in other timezones...I don't think I found a solution. Can you let me know what the public calendars you've added in that have this issue so I can try and reproduce it?

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    Re: Conky Google Calendar Python Script

    I sent you a link to the calendar I'm having problems with. Since it's my school's daily schedule, I don't want to post this in public forums.

    I myself am located at GMT+2 timezone

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