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I merged an iCal feed with my localendar. Looks like multiple-days events are not presented correct. The Calendar is VerhuurManitoba. In the iCal feed there is an event from march 30th 4pm until april 1st 12pm.
This event is shown on Localendar as on march 30th 4 pm until 12pm. So the enddate is not interpreted correct.

(I added the same feed to a Google Calendar, there it was presented correct, so the feed should be correct too).

I saw this option was a beta, still hoping you can fix this.
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At this time, I don't think we support a single event with a duration that spans multiple days. If this was entered in the source system as an event that *repeated* for 3 days, I believe it would have been parsed correctly.

I know that "All-day" events that span multiple days are handled correctly. I think the issue here is that your event starts at 4pm one day, and eds at noon on another.

I will ask the development team to investigate further.
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