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Kilroy1 02-07-2006 05:04 PM

8700 bug in calendar week view
 
Here's a potential bug. i.e. it is not the behavior I would expect.

Using an 8700 v4.10.194 (platform 2.0.0.90)

My celndar defaults to the week view (not sure that matters), but this bug happens in week view.

When looking at the week view, my days start at 9:00 and end at 18:00.

The bug appears while scrolling through different days. Any appointments scheduled after 18:00, do have placeholders (green blocks) when scrolling through my days forward, but if I scroll through my days backward, the placeholder gets 'erased' until I forward scroll over it once again.

Here are the steps to duplicate:

Look at calendar in week view.

Pick a mid week day (eg. Wednesday). Add a new appointment that starts after the last time shown. Since my day ends at 18:00, create a new appointment that starts at 19:00 and ends at 19:30. Save it.

Now back at your week view, position your cursor on Wednesday, 13:00 and rotate your thumb wheel 'forward' over the late appointment until it wraps to the next day (Thursday).

Now, rotate your thumb wheel 'backward' moving the cursor from Thursday back to Wednesday 13:00. The late appointment placeholder (Green box) disappears.

If you go scroll forward again, it magically reappears as your cusrsor passes over where it should be.

Again, sorry if this has been reported already. Hope it is fixed soon.

-Brian

digitalextremes 02-08-2006 10:14 PM

you should be able to change the default view to something else other than the Weekly View. Not sure about the duplicate problem there.

Kilroy1 02-09-2006 08:59 AM

Yeah, I know I can change the view, but that isn't the point of my post. The point is that there is [what appears to be] a bug. It needs to be confirmed, and then fixed.


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