First, I want to note that Calify, after all these years, is still the most viable option to export Facebook events into Google Calendar for me.
However, there has always been this bug, where everything written after an ampersand character (&) is cut off from importing into Google Calendar.
E.g. Event title name is "Birthday Party of Sandra & John", it would only import "Birthday Party of Sandra ".
E.g. Event description is "Bring a friend & have fun!!!", it would only import "Bring a friend ".
Could this be fixed please?
I would like this to automatically add my events to google chrome from the ics files. As it stands it seems I have to manually open each ics
I would like this to automatically add my events to google chrome from the ics files. As it stands it seems I have to manually open each ics file then select open in browser then select save. I cant this process to be automatic.
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happy to review the code and contribute rather than rolling my own... put it up on githib! ;)19 votes
Something like "Don't show this dialog again" checkbox may make it into the main app window. When checked, Calify would remember the browser choice user has made as the default and open *.ics files immediately, without showing the choice dialog again.
Originally posted by Marcel Pronk here: http://calify.uservoice.com/forums/242713-general/suggestions/5940366-demystify-interface-for-google-calendar-users44 votes
Calify for Mac OS X has been requested a couple of times.69 votes
what about a command line interface, with a simple ini file to set the path to the .ics file and defaule calendar, so i can use a scheduler to do that automatically1 vote
Calify for Linux (or just open source Calify so anyone can port it.7 votes
People, who do not use any of web calendars could use the app as a quick viewer of *.ics files.5 votes
When using quotes in the event title, calify doesn't parse the ics correctly.
The requested URL to open for example Google Calendar, lacks parts of HTTP GET parameters when quotes are used in the event title.0 votes
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