2010-05-02 Calendar 1.0 builds

Last planned Sunbird (1.0 Beta 1) | Next planned Lightning (1.0 beta 2?) | Previous releases | Mercurial source bundles (mozilla-central & comm-central)

Common (excluding Website bugs): (11)

  • Fixed: 362948 – Event dialog: Privacy toolbar button should toggle privacy state
  • Fixed: 402421 – Saving NEW Event/Task creates a new event each time
  • Fixed: 435493 – Minimonth doesn’t respect Sunbirds timezone setting, always uses system timezone
  • Fixed: 444738 – Tool tip of Today buttons is inconsistent
  • Fixed: 547654 – rendering problems when mouse scrolling email messages when Lightning addon is installed
  • Fixed: 553895 – Add a hashed item array for quick indexing of calendar items
  • Fixed: 557448 – Unknown alarm types (i.e AUDIO) show full alarm image in event view
  • Fixed: 561026 – Creating storage calendar not possible, Lightning hangs using 100% CPU cycles
  • Fixed: 561553 – Print option “Selected events/tasks” not working [Error: setting is not defined]
  • Fixed: 561631 – Fix typo and warnings in calDavCalendar.js
  • Fixed: 561649 – Lightning 1.1a1pre fails to initialize and crashes Shredder 3.2a1pre when selecting the Calendar tab [@ calbscmp.dll@0x2933]

Outstanding bugs (marked blocking-calendar1.0+): (27)

  • Since 2004-10-25: 265971 – \n in SUMMARY of VEVENT not interpreted
  • Since 2004-12-05: 273279 – no visual status mark on tentative or cancelled events/tasks
  • Since 2006-07-28: 346278 – Allow building localized lightning langpacks
  • Since 2006-08-22: 349641 – Lightning asks for master password again
  • Since 2007-07-23: 389281 – Write to read-only ICS store creates event on screen
  • Since 2007-08-29: 394195 – Dialogs need a scroll bar or minimum height/width
  • Since 2007-09-08: 395504 – Allow to have localized default values for some preferences (lightning-l10n.js not shipped)
  • Since 2008-09-01: 453186 – Drag and drop issues in day/week view if mouse leaves the calendar view (with exceptions)
  • Since 2008-09-14: 455260 – Present CalDAV parsing error messages in activity manager
  • Since 2008-09-20: 456208 – Disabling calendars autorefresh does not prevent cached calendar sync
  • Since 2008-09-24: 456706 – Replying to a CalDAV invitation returns MODIFICATION_FAILED but succeeds.
  • Since 2008-10-13: 459641 – Tabs and tab shortcut buttons should perform as drop target to convert events tasks, e-mail messages
  • Since 2008-11-05: 463275 – Edit Recurrence dialog shows wrong rule when editing event
  • Since 2008-11-06: 463392 – caldav calendars are not visible in the ‘select calendar’ dialog
  • Since 2009-01-21: 474607 – Events with start times and titles starting with a digit are truncated in all calendar views
  • Since 2009-06-24: 500156 – Investigate the influence of native theming of groupboxes on Windows
  • Since 2009-06-27: 500916 – Access key conflict in menu “Events and Tasks”
  • Since 2009-06-29: 501302 – Improve View performance by removing unneeded boxes (fixes regression: alarm icon cropped, misplaced)
  • Since 2009-07-02: 502095 – “Write” popup menu and Today pane statusbar item have odd icons
  • Since 2009-07-07: 502936 – cached calendars should not be refreshed at launch time
  • Since 2009-08-04: 508320 – Removing calendar incorrectly updates the unifinder, wrong events displayed until reload
  • Since 2009-11-03: 526288 – keyboard short cuts used to zoom message body only work after zooming using the view/zoom menu item
  • Since 2009-11-07: 527254 – Lightning Command Controller tracker
  • Since 2010-02-12: 545838 – Run mozmill tests as part of the build process
  • Since 2010-02-13: 546003 – Closing Calendar or Task tab throws “An error occurred updating the … command”
  • Since 2010-03-30: 556018 – category indication displayed incorrect in multiweek/month view and today pane
  • Since 2010-04-26: 561735 – [dataloss] content of local calendar not shown after the database scheme change

One can get the latest Lightning .xpis here.

Sunbird will no longer be actively developed by the Calendar team, but nightly builds are still present.