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Itsycal is a tiny calendar for your Mac's menu bar. http://www.mowglii.com/itsycal

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Snake (with a twist) in Swift for Mac OS X 10.10+

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Some iPhone tweaks to Thomas Okken's Free42

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Chromium tabs for Cocoa applications. Updated for macOS 10.12

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[Feature Request] Separate UI treatment for 'maybe' meetings

Hi,

In the mac calendar app, one can clearly see the meeting that is marked as 'maybe' from the accepted meetings.

It would be very useful if there would have been a way to quickly identify in itsycal meeting list the state of any meeting - accepted, maybe or not accepted.

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added integration for Chime meetings

@sfsam Thanks a lot for merging the PR! 😄 Yes, it does handle all chime link formats. All formats will always be of the form: https://chime.aws. So, this covers all scenarios.

This will greatly help a lot of people. Thanks once again!

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issue commentsfsam/Itsycal

[Feature Request] Build Universal Binary for Intel and Arm64

Appears to be good; update to b2 worked seamlessly, all features seem to work.

Same feedback. Works flawlessly as far as I can tell. No issues with CPU or RAM usage

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Tomorrow section is showing 00:00 for multi-day events

If that helps, in my Calendr project I check if the event starts & ends at midnight, subtract 1 second from the end date and hide the time. That way I've solved these two issues.

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Tomorrow section is showing 00:00 for multi-day events

@sfsam Apparently it's Google's fault 🤦🏻‍♂️ If you create a regular event it works as expected, but if you create an Out of office event we have this issue. Even though the app and the website say that it is indeed an All-day event, you can clearly see that it's different.

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Itsycal also thinks my events (even the normal one) ends in Jun 18, which is not true.

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