Public bug reported:


this is my first bug report, I guess, so it might not be perfect -

I love gnome-calendar as well as I love the very reduced look of gnome in "high 
contrast"-mode (→ Universal Access → High Contrast), which renders the icons in 
the dock as white (and minimalistic) as they are in the top panel. 
But in this mode, I don't see neither grid lines nor time and date indications 
in gnome calendar - the only thing I am able to see are scheduled meetings. 
This renders gnome calendar fairly unusable, when "High Contrast" is switched 
on (→ screenshot).

Even in high contrast mode, I would expect to see
- indications of date and day 
- some kind of grid
- time indications on the left

Thank you for the great and beautiful work,


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Ubuntu 20.04 (freshly updated from 19.10)
Gnome calendar: 3.36.1

** Affects: gnome-calendar (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

** Attachment added: "Gnome High Contrast with Calendar.png"

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  No grid lines and time indication in "High contrast" mode

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