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On the RRULE issue, we made a small change thanks to the example you posted. Please let me know if we're getting all of your events now smile
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Events all there. Thank you for the updates! smile
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Hi! Wanted to bump this thread as I've been having progressively bad issues with syncing to my google calendar. First it was just slow, then it started giving me the wrong times and now the events just don't show up. I've deleted, refreshed, done what I've can based on what I've read and I can't get it to work. I only use this calendar for the iCal feed and I would like to figure out how to get it working again.

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Your feed (http://www.localendar.com/public/LADDTraining?style=X2) validates fine at the iCal validator

We have opened some threads at Google (no response yet) for some members who's calendars havent been imported successfully.

Since the feed is valid from everything we can tell, and by 3rd party tests, we are assuming Google is having a problem with some aspect of your events. We're trying to get answers, but I'd encourage you to post a question on their support forum too.
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The Ical feeds from Google calendar DO NOT update in localendar. From this post it appears that this is a known problem. We have tried to delete and re-add the calendars in question, as suggested, but the problem persists. Is this a cache issue? Is there a solution?
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We removed all caching of iCal feeds in localendar some time ago. Although it requires more processing power on our side, it means that when a feed is updated, localendar will be updated immediately.

I just created a test "Hi Marc" event on a Google calendar, and imported that calendar into localendar successfully. I went back to Google, added the text "How are you" to the end, then went back to localendar and pressed F5. The change was there instantly.

You might consider trying a simple test like this yourself, and also making sure you clear your browser cache.
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