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Postby 14319KevinH » Tue Nov 22, 2005 1:01 pm

[quote user="vaitguy"]-When a message is highlighted, and I click the delete button, it does not move to the next message as the armstrong release I had did. Not major, just something I see our end users going ape over.

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What view are you in? Are you in the message list? If so what search(in:inbox, etc)?
[quote user="vaitguy"]-Inability to use the arrow keys to move up/down in the message list, or hit enter to open a message/thread. Again, not major, but a convenience thing.

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Keyboard short cuts are coming
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-Spell checker seems to be lagging in the perf side.

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What seems slow to you? The initial spell check or to edit each word?


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Postby vaitguy » Tue Nov 22, 2005 3:26 pm

I am in conversation view, viewing the initial inbox. I also did via message view. When a message is highlighted, and I click delete, the next message used to auto-highlight, or in conversation view, the next thread would highlight.
Great to hear about the shortcuts.
Spell check was fine, is was me that was the problem.
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Postby vaitguy » Tue Nov 22, 2005 3:28 pm

I failed to include a bug I noticed today regarding the mini-cal when in Mail. I was in mail, and have many many events this week. I had no problem looking at the mini cal, seeing the bolded dates, getting amouse over of that days schedule. Went to starbucks, came back (40 minutes?) and the calendar had no events. Went into cal view, no events. Logged off and back on, and everything was fine.
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Postby 14319KevinH » Tue Nov 22, 2005 3:51 pm

[quote user="vaitguy"]I am in conversation view, viewing the initial inbox. I also did via message view. When a message is highlighted, and I click delete, the next message used to auto-highlight, or in conversation view, the next thread would highlight.
Great to hear about the shortcuts.
Spell check was fine, is was me that was the problem.
MW[/QUOTE]
Ok this is a known bug 835.
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Postby 14319KevinH » Tue Nov 22, 2005 3:51 pm

[quote user="vaitguy"]I failed to include a bug I noticed today regarding the mini-cal when in Mail. I was in mail, and have many many events this week. I had no problem looking at the mini cal, seeing the bolded dates, getting amouse over of that days schedule. Went to starbucks, came back (40 minutes?) and the calendar had no events. Went into cal view, no events. Logged off and back on, and everything was fine.[/QUOTE]
Never seen that before. If you can find a way to reproduce it that would help.
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Postby vaitguy » Tue Nov 22, 2005 4:12 pm

Do you want the logs from that time period?
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Postby rhostager » Tue Nov 22, 2005 4:26 pm

I could not find this one posted already.
M2 on Fedora Core 3
Using Firefox 1.07
On the new appointment form, schedule attendees tab, if I try to schedule attendees for a meeting and the person I am inviting has an all day event, it does not show him as being unavailable. Normal events seem to show just fine but the all day events do not.
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Postby pshah » Tue Nov 22, 2005 4:32 pm

This is a known bug... all day events arent taken into consideration in the free/busy view :( should be fixed in the next release though.

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