I know it’s only been 5 days since the last update, but a lot of patches have landed since then. I thought it would be more useful to get this information out now, so our testers know what to be looking for.
The following bugs have had patches checked in since the last update:
- Bug 325476 – (Both) Occassional crash caused by alarm service starting so early in the startup sequence
- Bug 321546 – (Both) Enable inline editing in the month/multiweek views by making all items inherit from a base class.
- Bug 324669 – (Lightning) Clean up ‘New’ menu options in Thunderbird’s ‘File’ menu
- Bug 325140 – (Lightning) Make Lightning compatible with the new Thunderbird searchbox location (from Bug 324194)
- Bug 325337 – (Lightning) Fix regression from Bug 325140
- Bug 270995 – (Both) Don’t factor in exceptions to recurrence rules until after the normal rule is calculated
- Bug 325325 – (Both) Fix documentation on return types for calIOpertationListener
- Bug 298349 – (Both) Events that span more than 1 day only shown on the first day in month/multiweek views.
- Bug 324028 – (Both) In day/week view, events lasting more than 1 day aren’t shown on the last day if their end-time is before their start-time
- Bug 325476 – (Lightning) The list of calendars doesn’t immediately refresh when adding/deleting calendars
- Bug 324633 – (Sunbird) Error importing all day events from Outlook
- Bug 165963 – (Both) Make sure all possible ways of creating events put the event in the (guessed) system timezone
- Bug 325762 – (Both) New recurrence dialog has units for COUNT property, but these units are ignored.
- Bug 325354 – (Both) Snooze button for alarms doesn’t work
- Bug 313615 – (Both) Automatically close the alarm window when the last alarm in it is dismissed
The new views regression bug still contains several open bugs. Additionally, the following Sunbird regression was identified:
- Bug 325786 – (Since new dialog landing) Recurrence dialog does not contain a way to add exceptions to recurring events.