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Change default Calendar alert and time
Authored by: morespace54 on Oct 12, '12 10:10:04AM
Could it be that the "PT" part as in:
TRIGGER:PTnH
or
TRIGGER:-PTnH
refer to Pacific Time? In which case, it might be a good idea to say it in the hint so people from East Coast (or wherever) could change it accordingly.

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Change default Calendar alert and time
Authored by: DamnItsHot on Oct 12, '12 03:00:48PM
I didn't not get any change in time even though I set changes that were 3-6 hrs long. I am in Central Time -- I cannot for the life of me figure out why the offset for the reminder would need to take into account the time zone since it is an absolute offset from a time you set. How the machine stores the time should not make any difference as long as the time vector is applied correctly (i.e., the magnitude of the time reminder offset is the same no matter what the time zone).

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