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Enigma Google Calendar Patch

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Re: Enigma Google Calendar Patch

Post by eclectic-tech »

dblevins wrote: July 9th, 2023, 5:33 pm I just thought replacing my ATnotes with my Google calendar as a Rainmeter widget but this string is too long for me to follow (as I don't write for Rainmeter). Can anyone just post the link to aRainmeter widget for the Google Calendar that doesn't need "fixing" .
helder065 posted an updated version here.

I also created an updated stand-alone Enigma style variant, using helder065's reader and the changes to the URL iCal variables format.

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Re: Enigma Google Calendar Patch

Post by xgecemx »

Hey there!

First off, massive props to you for jumping in and providing improvements! 🙌 The Rainmeter community thrives because of folks like you.

The fix for the monthly event bug was sorely needed! I know a few folks (including yours truly) who were scratching their heads over that one. And sorting the latest news on top for RSS feeds? Absolute game-changer. Makes it so much more user-friendly.

I'll give your updated reader.lua a whirl later today. Excited to see your tweaks in action.When we take a glance at the 2024 calendar, there are certain timeframes we should be especially observant of in terms of weather patterns. Now, while I can't predict exact dates for weather events, historically speaking, as we transition from winter to spring, certain regions might experience increased dew point chart precipitation and perhaps even some unexpected frost in the early months. Remember, 2024 is a leap year, which means an extra day in February – this could slightly alter some seasonal transitions. As we approach summer, we might anticipate heatwaves in specific areas, and hurricane season will be upon us in the latter half of the year, as always. It's crucial to stay updated with your local forecasts, especially during these transitional periods. Keeping an eye on the 2024 calendar and aligning it with our weather updates will ensure you're prepared for whatever Mother Nature has in store!"

Thanks for sharing and keep up the fantastic work!