[Chandler-dev] Regarding bug 11987 - Move "Month/Week/Day" View
selector back to View menu
Katie Capps Parlante
capps at osafoundation.org
Thu May 1 17:31:00 PDT 2008
Aha, you are correct Andre. If I'd looked more carefully at the bug
dependencies I would have noticed the bug you are talking about. I went
ahead and renamed the one bug for future reference.
Master events appear in table view when using view selector
And the root bug is...
Special-cased dashboard logic needs to handle view, not just filter state
Which helpfully lists out bugs that capture various problematic
behaviors as a result of the root problem.
Andre Mueninghoff wrote:
> Hi, There is a known bug, but I'm not sure if there is a bug report. I
> recall Jeffrey explaining it once, hmmm, maybe one year ago, on the
> developer list...definitely before preview was released. It's fairly
> easy to spot. It occurs with recurring events. If you select the
> calendar kind filter (toolbar button), then select a user collection
> with recurring event items in it, and from the Tools menu next select
> the Triage Table View, and finally sort the table by Title, you will see
> "extra" occurrences for recurring events. These are the master
> occurrences for the recurring series. They should not be visible. I
> learned the hard way after making a bit of a mess that that is what
> these extra occurrences are. I was a bit over zealous one evening and
> cleaned up a bit too much. Jeffrey may recall his post. I'll look for
> the thread and a bug number.
> I need to still digest the other messages in this thread...thanks
> everyone for responding.
> Katie Capps Parlante wrote:
>> I believe Mimi is correct that a triage table view of a user
>> collection filtered by calendar events doesn't have known bugs, but
>> let us know Andre if that is incorrect and you see bugs (or know of
>> the bug #s in bugzilla of bugs we've forgotten).
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