On Wed, 2 Sep 2015 20:53:28 +0200
Ján Máté <jan.mate(a)inf-it.com> wrote:
the last timezone (you have selected) is stored on the server in a
DAV property (and after you login, the previous settings are
I've (re-)logged-in several times, having selected "America/Detroit",
beforehand, each time. It reverted to Europe/Berlin on next login,
You can also login using shift + click to the login button, and the
settings stored on the server will be completely ignored.
Also don't forget that each time you change the config.js you need to
execute cache_update.sh (otherwise the change will be ignored, and
the previous config.js will be loaded from HTML5 cache).
Done. And still it came up: "Europe/Berlin"
Just went to double-check... There was a "server has changed" type
message. I told it to go ahead and reload and... Ha! Timezone is now
I'd forgotten about the cache_update.sh thing. Sorry :(
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