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#4085
Re:Rainlendar 2.2 build 45 7 Years ago  
I been having this "issue" (I think) for quite some time now.

When I create a task and specify a weekly reccurence that go from Monday to Friday and skip weekends (Saturday & Sunday) when it comes to the task to be completed on Friday it do not skip weekends as it was specify on the task's creation, instead of it, the task shows sometimes on Saturday and Sunday and other just Saturday or Sunday.

Is this a know issue or just me doing things in the wrong way (more likely)

Here a picture sequence of this "issue"

http://www.geocities.com/manromalik/task_reccurrence.png

Once again, thanks! <br><br>Post edited by: MaNRo, at: 2007/08/17 18:07
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#4099
Re:Rainlendar 2.2 build 45 7 Years ago  
There have been quite a lot of issues in the weekly recurring tasks.
I'll try to check what's wrong with it this time.
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Re:Rainlendar 2.2 build 45 7 Years ago  
Rainy wrote:
There have been quite a lot of issues in the weekly recurring tasks.
I'll try to check what's wrong with it this time.


Thanks!

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#4172
Re:Rainlendar 2.2 build 45 7 Years ago  
o Added support for Sunbird's alarm acknowledge property in the ics files.

i'm not sure, if this is by design, or its just a bug.
i consider this a bug.


i create a date in sunbird with alarm.
(thunderbird lighning is installed too and will alert too)



if the alert-time is reached, all three (sunbird+thunderbird lighning+rainlendar) pop up their alarm window.
(which is ok, because i have all three programms started, so i don't miss the date...)

if i click &quot;ok&quot; on the sunbirds alert-window, the rainlendar alarm-windows disapears (without letting me click dismiss or something else), which is *NOT* what i want. also, if i click on the &quot;ok&quot; on thunderbird-lightning, the rainlendar window disapears.

would you please explain this to me? i think, i'm technically aware, why this happens (rainlendar rereads the ics), but i don't know, if this is a good behaviour of rainlendar.
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Re:Rainlendar 2.2 build 45 6 Years, 12 Months ago  
Yes, Rainlendar reads the modified ics file and notices that the alarm has been already dismissed. I can make the support for Mozilla alarms optional but then you'll always have dismiss the alarms in Rainlendar even if they were already done so in Sunbird. The other option is to disable the automatic monitoring of the ics file. I'm not sure if there is anything else I can do about this problem.
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Re:Rainlendar 2.2 build 45 6 Years, 12 Months ago  
Rainy wrote:
Yes, Rainlendar reads the modified ics file and notices that the alarm has been already dismissed. I can make the support for Mozilla alarms optional but then you'll always have dismiss the alarms in Rainlendar even if they were already done so in Sunbird. The other option is to disable the automatic monitoring of the ics file. I'm not sure if there is anything else I can do about this problem.

ok, thanks, i see.


rereading the ics files is mandatory for me, so disableling does not work for me.

i recommend to let the decisions up to the user (a good default assumed).
in the advanced options let him/her choose, what he/she wants.

dismissing every alarm in rainlendar, which was dismissed in sunbird before is a little bit of annoying maybe, but it will definitely *remind* the user

now, that i know about how rainlendar works with this issue, i will learn to work with it

so thank you for implementing that feature so fast!!
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