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Old 03-07-2011, 03:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm running a 9650 with OS 6.0.0.443. I recently wiped it and reinstalled the OS due to foolishly trying to install Documents to go 3.0 and another beta I found on here that together jacked things all up for me.

The wipe and install went fine, everything is back ( irestored from a backup made before I tried DTG 3), including all the calendar data, but the calendar view defaults to "Day" now. With calendar open, I hit the menu button, go to "Options", select "week" for the default view, hit "save", and exit. But when I open calendar again, it's back to "Day" for the default view.

Any suggestions other than uninstalling and reinstalling the modules?

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Same thing is happening to me on 9650 OS6.0.0.415
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Do you have "Show Free Time in Agenda View" enabled? I have no idea why but the same thing was happening to one of my users and when we turned that off he could keep his chosen view when opening the calendar
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No, "free time" was unchecked. I upgraded to OS 6.0.0.466 and the problem went away - now I just have the "draft" SMSs to deal with, which don't bother me as much.

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