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  1. Remmina is a gui app and as easy to use as windows remote and easily found especially by someone who has more than 10 yrs using linux. Going to ignore your other thread about google calendar that you've been asking about for 2 yrs?
  2. And didn't you ask this two years ago HERE too? https://forums.phpfreaks.com/topic/308755-importing-data-from-calc-via-google-api-to-google-calendar/?tab=comments#comment-1583698
  3. There's some idiot on this other site that's been working on it for 2 years now. Check out that thread. https://www.neowin.net/forum/topic/1404464-how-to-add-multiple-events-to-g-calendar-automatically-for-a-whole-year/?tab=comments#comment-598621803
  4. You came back after more than a year? And you've posted this on at least 4 other forums where you got answers and you also got told to read the gcal programming api that tells you how to do this. Done that yet? And if all you want is a bible verse why can't you use any of the free apps that do it or figure out a simple csv import?
  5. Ok we now know what you want to do. How about showing us what you've done to actually accomplish it? Read their docs yet? https://www.algolia.com/doc/guides/managing-results/refine-results/geolocation/ Done or tried anything?
  6. Seems like a very simple mistake that someone with any experience with overpass could easily figure out. Especially someone who's been using it for years, they shouldn't have had to get someone on another forum to give them the answer so they could take credit for it elsewhere.
  7. I put voloco for linux into DDG and found at least 5 in a few seconds. Have you tried that?
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