User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:22.214.171.124) Gecko/20080201 Firefox/126.96.36.199 Build Identifier: Lightning 0.7 The dismissing of reminder is impossible on my Ligntning version. Don't know why. Both individual reminders can't be deleted and Dismiss all doesn't work. I have added a screenshot of my reminders to help identify the configuration. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. 2. 3.
Guys, this is a major issue. Am I wasting my time reporting this stuff? Please confirm or unconfirm
What type of calendar do you use? Local, CalDAV, WCAP, ICS, etc.? Do you have write access to the calendar? Do you see any error messages in the console when dismissing the events? Does the issue still exists using Lightning 0.8 RC1 or newer?
Well, I'm not entirely sure where to find the about box for Lightning so I can tell you which version. Where is that?
Have a look at the add-ons manager (tools->Add-ons).
According to Comment #0 you are using Lightning 0.7 ;) Any further information regarding the questions from Comment #3?
Ok, he's wrong. I have Lightning 0.8pre. With regards to type of calendar. I use Google Calendar for calendaring and have integrated with that.
What version of the Provider for Google Calendar extension do you use? This might be a duplicate of Bug 415742 that ought to be fixed in the latest nightly build of that extension.
Well, I just use this URL to load my calendar content read only http://www.google.com/calendar/ical/<my account info>
Hello I'm dropping in in the discussion. Maybe I have a similar problem: alarms on my READ ONLY remote or local) calendars cannot be dismissed, apparently, and produce errors when trying to. Is there a bug already filed for that? Marc, is your calendar also set as read only in Lightning?
The Google calendar is. Basically b/c My Google ical export is read only. The default calendar 'home' isn't.
Please clarify: does this happens only with events from your read only google calendar? Or also with the local calendar mentioned in Comment #12? You need write access to the calendar that contains the alarms to store the information that the alarm was dismissed. In this case it's a duplicate of Bug 356002.
It happens with all events from the read only calendar. I'll turn read only off in Lightning and see what happens. Should be interesting, because my Google Calendar is still read only. Hmm, as expected. I can now dismiss but I get an error on syncing. I think I still get my calendar info in. So I should be ok.
Darn, on every sync with the Google Calendar, it changes back the read only attribute to read only. Not ok, then.
As written before your currently need write access to the calendar to dismiss/store alarms. Google Calendar allows write access only via the GDATA API but not via the ics feed. Write access to Google Calendar is possible e.g. by using the Provider for Google Calendar extension or GCALDaemon tool.