Google calendar not showing in gmail page


#1
  1. Screenshot:
    edge-gmail

  2. Sys Info:
    Brave: 0.22.13
    V8: 6.5.254.41
    rev: a8cfb160479f1d00d0769368eb440030182bb83b
    Muon: 5.1.2
    OS Release: 10.0.16299
    Update Channel: Release
    OS Architecture: x64
    OS Platform: Microsoft Windows 10
    Node.js: 7.9.0
    Brave Sync: v1.4.2
    libchromiumcontent: 65.0.3325.181

  3. Issue:
    Installed Brave, imported data from FF, logged in to Gmail, and in gmail I have calendar entries displayed. As per screenshot, nothing is displayed. If I click the “open calendar” link, I am able to access it, so seems to e not an account issue.
    In the past, this error was encountered when some specific port was blocked by the firewall. I am guessing it blocked by Brave now or maybe the https://www.googleapis.com/calendar/ URL ?

Cheers


#2

I’m just trying to reproduce this error on my Mac.

Am I correct that you are using the Google Calendar gadget in the Labs tab in Gmail settings?

If so, this is NOT an issue on MacOS X version of Brave 0.22.13

And do you have shields up or down? (cuz, you know, there might be Romulans). :wink:


#3

First of all, sorry for the late follow-up.
Yes you are correct, I am using the Google calendar gadget, but since I provided system info, and it should be obvious this is WIN10 related, not sure how to feel about the fact that the issue is not present on Mac.
shields report these 2 Tracker blocked:
https://clients5.google.com/ads/measurement/jn/?hd=mail.google.com
https://clients5.google.com/pagead/drt/dn/
After allowing trackers and ads, no change.
it works on Firefox, but I like Brave and trying to stick to it. Not a deal breaker if I cannot get calendar to work, but wanted to share - it may be a deal breaker for others.

Cheers.


#4

Hi, I had the same problem on Mac using Brave, couldn’t see the Calendar gadget, but when I opened it in a separate tab, it worked just fine. Apparently, what seems to help is allowing all cookies for your gmail. Not the best solution perhaps, so if you know any other ways of solving this, it’d be great to know them :slight_smile: