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My calendar is displayed on a web page and it is being accessed from around the globe. Is it possible to display the event time at the visitor's local time?
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We have played with this in the past.. there are a couple interesting javascript libraries that almost work perfectly. Almost...

Presently, we have the option to display the event's timezone next to its time.

As browsers (and code libraries) advance and the information we can get out of them improves, we may look at giving this feature another try.
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