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On Google Calendar, how do I stop it from always showing me the current time with the orange line?

Asked by Trustinglife (6574 points ) August 11th, 2009

Perhaps that sounds like a strange question. But I’m frequently up and working after midnight, and when I scroll between weeks, Google calendar * very helpfully * shows me what’s coming up between midnight and 8 am. That may be the time right now, but I’d like it to show me what’s happening overall that day. By the way, the default view I use is the weekly view.

So in short, I’d like to disable the setting where Gcal is always showing me the current time with the orange line, rather than the majority of things that are happening that day or that week. How do I do this?

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eponymoushipster's avatar

Unfortunately, Google Calendar is down right now for me to check exactly how to do it, but I believe you go to your settings, and there is an option that says “Show Current Time”. You set that to No.

Without being able to check, i think it’s in the General settings tab.

Trustinglife's avatar

Thanks for the response. I don’t see a setting called “Show Current Time.” The closest to that I can see is “Your Current Time Zone,” and I don’t see how to turn that off anyway.

I just found a Firefox extension to enhance Gcal that has more options… but I still don’t think that’s solved my problem. Still looking for help here.

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