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I've embedded a public google calendar

https://www.google.com/calendar/embed?mode=WEEK&src=alecjacobson%40gmail.com

This shows the calendar using New York's timezone (my calendar's default), regardless if the person viewing it is, e.g., in Chicago.

I can add

&ctz=America%2FChicago

And this will force it to be Chicago's timezone. But I'd like it to use the client's local timezone where ever they are. I'm hoping for something like:

&ctz=local

Is this possible?

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AFAIK Google Calendar doesn't have a URL parameter to display an embeded calendar in the user's local timezone.

Instead

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