User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Ubuntu; X11; Linux i686; rv:9.0.1) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/9.0.1 Build ID: 20111228084953 Steps to reproduce: Ctrl-i: to open a new event enter Title: Stephen Hawking 1942 select Category: Birthday select Calendar: celebrity births & deaths check: All day Event set date: 1942 Jan 8 select Repeat: Yearly click: Save and Close Actual results: Event Stephen Hawking 1942 is saved with a start date of Wed 8 Jan 2042. Expected results: Event Stephen Hawking 1942 should have been saved with a start date of Wed 8 Jan 1942.
I cannot reproduce this. Which storage do you use? What is your Linux distribution?
I don't understand what you mean by 'which storage.' Everything, both software and data, is on a new IDE hard disk that was installed this past November. The system it is running on is: Ubuntu 11.10, Thunderbird 8.0, and Lightning 1.0.
With storage I meant which backend you use. Lightning supports WebDAV, CalDAV and Local Storage. When you create a calendar in the wizard you choose where it will be stored. From the above I assume you are using the "Local Storage" provider/backend. I am on Ubuntu 11.10, Firefox 9.0.1 and Lightning 1.1.1 for me this works on CalDAV and Local Storage. Can anybody else reproduce? Udvarias, could you try with a clean Thunderbird profile? i.e. a new user account?
Deleted an empty account I created for test purposes and recreated it. Then repeated the steps delineated in the bug report with the same result.
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