Another week has gone by and another 19 bugs have been fixed in the last few days. The only important change within the last week I already blogged about yesterday. Otherwise there’s nothing particularly interesting this time, just the usual bug-fixing and polishing going on.
Here’s the complete list with all the 19 bug fixes:
- Bug 323011:
Unifinder default option should not be ‘all events’
- Bug 353887:
Calendar Internal Code has errors when calculating recurrences with all-day and non-allday items
- Bug 362650:
Google Calendar Provider: Support for Recurring Events
- Bug 367186:
Migration wizard hangs when importing an empty ICS file from calendar extension
- Bug 376585:
Subscription Dialog: Add search functionality and possibility to add more than one calendar at once
- Bug 379029:
API to reflect provider capabilities (gdata)
- Bug 393395:
Offline Support infrastructure: Synchronization interfaces
- Bug 402325:
Disable cut and paste commands when all calendars are readonly
- Bug 402534:
Provide a default set of categories
- Bug 404056:
Select Calendar dialog is empty during export/import/publish
- Bug 405251:
Unit tests for memory and storage providers
- Bug 405687:
Missing keyboard shortcut for the tasks window
- Bug 406731:
Event…, Task…, Calendar… items are missing in File Menu
- Bug 409249:
Creating Tasks should return an error
- Bug 409968:
Modifying all items of a recurring event runs into exceptions
- Bug 410560:
Quicken standalone build process
- Bug 410755:
It is not possible to resize and reorder the columns of the task list
- Bug 410788:
Remove some dumps, fix js strict errors
- Bug 412154:
Creating events with custom recurrence rule fails [Error: getElementValue is not defined]
Thanks again to all our developers, contributors, localizers, testers, and supporters.
Simon: Can you please correct a typo in the Canadian Holidays calendar. Remembrance Day is misspelled (Rememberance).
Also, is there any appetite for creating (at least a few) province-specific calendars so that holidays like Family Day (third Monday in February in Alberta, Sask. and Ontario) are included. The first Monday in August is a holiday in almost every province/territory, so that would be a good one to include (see: http://www.pch.gc.ca/progs/cpsc-ccsp/jfa-ha/prov_e.cfm).
See the last paragraph on the Holiday Calendars page on how to submit an updated or new calendar file.
Any news ?