As soon as Calendar becomes an integrated part of the Mozilla suit - or even before, I wouldn't mind ;) - I'd like to see a function, preferably via an address book toolbar button, to create a new calendar event for a selected contact. This function should open the "Edit event" window used in Calendar, but without actually open the main Calendar window. (Possibly by integrating the code for the "new event" window from Calendar into address book?) I believe such a function would increase workflow substantially. In addition, the selected contact for which the new calendar event is created should automatically become the linked contact in the calendar event. (I have suggest in bug/enhancement #163029 that Calendar events should include the option to link an address book entry to a particular event. Basically, the functionality described in bung/enhacement #163029 and in this bug/enhancement report interact with each other, significantly improving the workflow with contacts and related calendar events.)
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I will :) Sorry 'bout that, my first bugzilla filings...
*** Bug 245141 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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