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TOPIC: Start/due time in Tasks
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Start/due time in Tasks 4 Years, 2 Months ago  
Rainlendar Pro v2.8(b96) 32 bit (with licence) on Ubuntu 10.04

Rainlendar allows create tasks with Due date < Start Date!

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Rainlendar Pro v2.9(b104) 64 bit (with licence) on Ubuntu 10.04
 
#13931
Re:Start/due time in Tasks 4 Years ago  
Some bug here. For Rainlendar v2.8 b99

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Last Edit: 2010/12/14 19:43 By weiquata.
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#13943
Re:Start/due time in Tasks 4 Years ago  
Can you give me steps how to reproduce the problem?
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#13956
Re:Start/due time in Tasks 4 Years ago  
For item added by QuickAdd with Due Time set.
Then, edit the item for a new Start Time.

I only tested on Outlook calendar, as I cannot quick-add new item/event to another calendar.

p/s:
Is there an option to set the default calendar for QuickAdd?
Or any QuickAdd command to select calendar?
If not, may consider to add both setting in next build. I think it is useful for multi-calendar user.
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#13973
Re:Start/due time in Tasks 4 Years ago  
True, it's possible to get into this kind of situation if you define just one of the date fields. I'll fix that.

You should be able to choose the calendar where the events go if you make a new event template, choose the calendar for it and name the template as "QuickAdd".
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#14553
Re:Start/due time in Tasks 3 Years, 10 Months ago  
Rainy wrote:
True, it's possible to get into this kind of situation if you define just one of the date fields. I'll fix that.

You should be able to choose the calendar where the events go if you make a new event template, choose the calendar for it and name the template as "QuickAdd".


This doesn't work for me: I have two different calendars for events and task. I've tried to create two templates for events and tasks (with the corresponding calendars), but as soon as I add a new task or event the calendar of the template isn't used.
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