Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:188.8.131.52pre) Gecko/2008090109 Calendar/0.9pre Steps to Reproduce: 1. Start Sunbird with new profile 2. Switch to the Calendars tab in the left-handed sidebar 3. Click the icon that shows the calendar color to toggle the read-only status Actual Results: The read-only status of the calendar doesn't change. Expected Results: The read-only status of the calendar can be changed. Regression range: Works in Sunbird 0.9pre (2008-08-31-18) Fails in Sunbird 0.9pre (2008-09-01-09)
Doesn't work by clicking the new tiny lock icon either.
Please consider that we removed this feature intentionally: See bug 392561 comment #22 >When discussing the problem over we noticed the following implications. >The icons should not be displayed over a colored background because they might >under certain colors not being distinguishable. That's why we put the icons in >a fourth tree column on the right hand side of the calendar list. So far the >column we use is a "cycler column" where the user can toggle the readonly state >by clicking on it. We abandoned this functionality as it is no longer >perceivable in our new column that is in most of the times empty.
OK, sounds reasonable and is approved by Christian.
Flags: blocking-calendar0.9+ → blocking-calendar0.9-
(In reply to comment #2) > Please consider that we removed this feature intentionally: > See bug 392561 comment #22 Is this a final solution (i.e. this bug is WONTFIX) or a temporary solution that was just chosen to get the other bug fixed before 0.9 release? If not I'd request to add back the feature.
I think it would make sense to toggle read-only clicking the padlock.
Severity: normal → enhancement
The problem with making the readonly click come back is the column itself. There is one column for the warning icon, an empty space and the readonly lock: * Empty space: NOT OK: The user might accidentally click on the space and the calendar turns readonly. * Lock icon: OK: It feels natural to unlock by clicking on the lock icon * Warning icon: NOT OK: Its not even obvious if the calendar is readonly or not. If we add a new column for the warning icon, we'll be using up space we won't need in most cases. Therefore I don't see an alternative other than WONTFIXing this bug. I have added code for my ICS inspector extension that makes this work nevertheless (since its obviously something that developers are OK with), remind me to upload a new version soon. Stefan, what do you think? Is it ok like this? Do you have another suggestion on how we could fix it?
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