CalDAV link could not be copied to clipboard

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I set up Nextcloud in a Docker container for Calendar use over localhost. Installed the Calendar app. Nothing else. Added some events and pressed settings > Copy primary CalDAV address to clipboard. This results in an error: “CalDAV link could not be copied to clipboard”.

There are no warnings other than advise about SQLite and HTTP. No calendar related errors under logging. Have I missed a step?

Hi, are you using https or http to access your Nextcloud?

I’m using http.

We have found the culprit then

Why does it require https?

Because the api used requires https to work: Unblocking clipboard access

Is there another method of obtaining the CalDAV address then?

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Re add old link which can be “right-click/copy link”!