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I have a little problem with OF and the dates in iCal.

When I create an action that starts today and is due to today, the action is not displayed in iCal.

When I create an action that starts today (19th) and is due to 21st, it is shown/scheduled in iCal for tomorrow, so there seems to be a "-1-Day-Problem".

Has anyone else this problem?

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Same problem, and the solution was activate International support in Ical.
Do you mean the support for time zones? This is activated on my ical.
I have the same problem. Switching time zone support in iCal on or off doesn't make any difference.
Yes, support for time zones.

I had this problem (for example, if I put in Omnifocus 01/12/2007, in ical was 30/11/2007).

I switched on Ical support for time zones, and now all is ok.
Mhh, doesn't work here... :(
I experienced the same problem (-1 day). As I live in the Netherlands, I finally tried to solve the problem by adjusting the time zone of my computer to CST. This worked. I sent the developers feedback.

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