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OK - I think you should be set. If you were signed in to the calendar, DST was not being handled correctly (our bug). However, the public calendar view was displaying the correct time in our test.

You should see the correct time on both calendar views now. Please let us know.
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The events seem to be displaying correctly on the calendar, but once again, the times displayed in the pop-out are an hour behind.
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Can you confirm if the times are correct before March 11 and incorrect afterwards (or vice-versa) or always an hour off both before and after the 11.

I would like to know if this is perhaps DST related.
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You are correct, they are correct before March 11th and off by an hour after March 11.

How can we fix this?
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That gives us a good area to start investigating; I'll get back to you shortly.
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We haven't been able to duplicate this issue, so we may need a little more assistance from you. We've exported from localendar into Google via ics, and that works. We've imported from Google into localendar and that works.

We've looked at your calendar, and it defines a timezone and DST correctly. And looking at a sample event, "How to Start a small business", when we look at the calendar file from icalx, it is always set to start at 11AM. And when we look at your public calendar (http://www.localendar.com/public/collinsbdc) before and after Mar 11, it always shows up on 11am.

Would it be possible for you to add a test event from Mar 10-12 at a certain time (say 1PM) so that we can see it in action moving off an hour after the 11th? I know you probably don't want a test event on your public calendar, but until we can duplicate the event we can't fix this issue.
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I have done as you asked and created a test event to start at 3pm on March 10th and repeat daily until the 12th. While the times on the calendar are correct, when you click on the event, the popup window displays the times incorrectly on the 11th and 12th, but correctly on the 10th.
Do you have phone support? Because working over forums is becoming very tedious.
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