Colorizes event titles in the new (2018) Google Calendar.

What is GcalColor?
GcalColor is a Firefox add-on that changes the text color of event titles in the new Google Calendar to match the colored dot. It also removes the dot and reduces white space around events. Open source and hosted on Github.
Users: 174 ▼ -3
Rating: 5.00 (5)
Version: 0.31 (Last updated: 2018-02-17)
Creation date: 2018-02-11
Weekly download count: 7
Firefox on Android: Yes
Risk impact: Moderate risk impact
Risk likelihood: Low risk likelihood
Manifest version: 2
Size: 6.79K
URLs: Website
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In the old (pre-2018) Google Calendar, timed events were shown in the color you chose for each calendar. In the new Calendar, event titles are in black text, with a colored dot next to them. This plugin changes the event title text color to the same color as the dot, to make it more like the old Calendar. The dot is also removed, and white space around events is reduced.

Open source, hosted on Github. If you have any problems or requests, the best thing is to file an issue there. Or fix it yourself and submit a pull request! https://github.com/adelespinasse/gcalcolor

User reviews
Does exactly what is says, and does it well. Thanks very much for fixing something Google decided to break!
by imathew, 2018-06-06

Thank goodness for clever intelligent people instead of the idiots at Google who forced the moronic change on us!

I hate the new google calendar but this add on makes it almost tolerable. Thank you - it makes it a lot easier to see my appointments from multiple calendars. If you can take out some of the white space to get more events per day in month or custom view it would be truly awesome.
by Paul Webb, 2018-03-07
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Risk impact

GcalColor may not be safe to use and it requires some risky permissions. Exercise caution when installing this add-on. Review carefully before installing.

Risk likelihood

GcalColor has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.

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