User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; pl; rv:188.8.131.52) Gecko/2008070208 Firefox/3.0.1 Build Identifier: When I save event from invitation in my calendar (I'm not initiator), I can drag it to new location (change time of event). It should be disabled or warning window should appear. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. 2. 3.
Hi Tomasz, please provide steps to reproduce this issue, especially if your configured email or server identity appears in the attendees list: An event is treated as an invitation in case your configured identity appears in the attendees list and is not set as the organizer.
Steps to Reproduce: 1. user1 send invitation to user2 2. user2 accepted invitation, send reply and event was added to his calendar Actual Results: user2 can only open event and can't edit it, but he can drag&drop event in calendar and change date and time of event. There is no warning when he drag&drop. Expected Results: Event treated as an invitation should be disabled to drag&drop or should be displayed warning window when user2 try to drag&drop it.
options: - We just skip the drop action in such cases. - We issue an iTIP COUNTER when doing such drag. - We raise a dialog asking whether to issue an iTIP COUNTER. Opinions?
As long as attendees aren't allowed to change the date/time in the event dialog, then I agree that we also shouldn't be able to drag it to a different day in the view (for consistency). > - We just skip the drop action in such cases. If you skip it, I think it's always nice when a computer program tells me why I can't do something. Perhaps you could put a one-line message into the new super status bar thing.
(In reply to comment #3) > options: > - We just skip the drop action in such cases. Probably the way to go, until we support COUNTER, possibly providers don't support COUNTERing. Similar to the way things are when read-only. We might want to add something to the tooltip to satisfy Pete's request. > - We issue an iTIP COUNTER when doing such drag. > - We raise a dialog asking whether to issue an iTIP COUNTER. I'm no UI person, but I'd probably vote for a dialog, since the user might not know what he's doing and would accidentally send COUNTER messages. A "Do not show this dialog again" note might enhance this for advanced users. In any case, an event should look different if its an invitation.