Duplicate of https://git.kolab.org/T5172
Thu, Feb 14
As the 750+ packages are now rebuilding, I'm going to declare this issue as resolved. Please reopen / create a new ticket should some discrepancies persist.
Yeah, there is no aspell-fi at all in Debian.
Maybe this helps even with a "new" installation.
@chaser these are the steps I took get get it working in a test environment on Ubuntu 18.04. This is assuming your running Roundcube installation is at /var/www/html/roundcubemail so you may have to adjust the commands if it is somewhere else.
Tue, Feb 12
Mon, Feb 11
@machniak This is what I came up with. Would that work for you?
Sat, Feb 9
Fri, Feb 8
This happens beacausse you do not hhave any Calender selected before. So editing a Calender can not work on a specific Calender, for this reason it opens a new add window.
I would suggest that in the time frame the indication of "select time" is shown, and next to these fields, you still have the option of turning the "all day" button on. This way, it would be the same as creating an event in the weekly view, with the only difference being that the time frame can be selected without a default time given.
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I think what is not intuitive is to have to turn the "ganztägig" button off in order to enter a time. There is no obvious way to type in a time without turning the "ganztägig" button off. I would also prefer a "Select" window with the possibility to choose "ganztägig".
I agree with @isabel.pacheco
I am not sure about this. Thisway you could create an event that does not have any start time. My usual Calender always puts 10 o'clock and that too is annoying most of the time. You will have to change it anyway, so why do not change from all day to a specific time?
The only thing I would get would be a separate window opening asking to enter the time!
It would be doable, but not simple because of current searching implementation. However, I have a feeling that we're trying to workaround a browser issue of a single user. This definitely would need more arguments to implement autocompletion for title (or any other input).
I have never had that problem.
steps to reproduce? video?
I can't reproduce this