When making a repeat event and including exceptions, the day of the accepted dates remains the same as the day that is selected on the main calender. This happens with all combos of repeating.
I don't understand what you mean, can you please list steps to reproduce this problem?
Sorry forgot to include build: 2002051315-cal Set new event. Set to repeat. Include exceptions. The exception dates listed in the exception boxes has the day (ie Tuesday) of the origanal date selected.
What do you mean include exceptions. If you want the bug to be fixed, give me the exact steps needed to reproduce it.
Mike I'm sorry if this seems to be a repition, but this is exactly what I am doing. I first found this by setting an event to repeat that was for week days only that stradled 2 weekends. I selected the date to start and all other fields to corraspond. I then select it to repeat daily until the end date. As I didn't require the weekends I used the exception box at the bottom to remove the weekend dates in question. I selected each date in turn and added the exception. This lists the selected added exceptions in the box next to the button. Although the dates shown where/are correct it also includes the day which always defaulted to the original event day, in this case monday. I have set up (to test) many different combinations and they all show the day (not date) of the originalevent day.
OK, I think I know what you mean. What do you think should be put in there? The start date of the event?
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
No, I'm saying remove the day and just leave dd/mm/yy (or long format) as the day shows up incorrectly. I don't think it is needed either.
OK, now I *really* understand what you're talking about. Its the day name that has the problem.
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
Bingo. Got it. Happens all the time. Sorry for it taking soooo long.
The day has been removed from the list.
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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QA Contact: colint → general
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