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Evolution Calendar Time Zones in fedora?

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When I create an entry in the ecolution calendar (New York time zone) Everything is fine, but when I edit it the time zone goes to UTC. The system is set to use the NY time zone.

Weird!! Tried to a search on google but nothing really comes up on this. Not sure if it a bug or it is a setting somewhere I missed.

posted Apr 7, 2018 by anonymous

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