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Old 04-03-2010, 01:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello -
I often experience an issue w/ the calendar for multi-day Appointments.
For example, I will create a New Appt that spans, say, 5 days..check the calendar and it looks good - 5 days "blocked" off. Then I'll check later and BB will have converted it back to a 1 day event. This happens *frequently*.
Anyone else have this issue?

I am also using google sync. Could this be the issue? Though I have tested this by setting a new event, syncing, and see no problems.
I can't find a pattern to it.

Any thoughts appreciated...
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I did some testing and here's the deal.
1. Create a multiday event online from Google calendar, then sync to BB. Result: BB shows event, but only as a single day.
2. Create a multiday event in BB cal, sync to google. Result: Both BB and google online calendar show event as a multiday. THEN: Run Google Sync again... RESULT: Google online still shows as a multiday event, BB cal has changed it back to a single day.

I do have multiday events that have stayed consistent but after several attempts of changing and resyncing. I have yet to find a consistent set of circumstances when I actually retains this timeframe.

So, maybe it is an issue with google sync...

Anyone?
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