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Re: [SOGo] Thunderbird 3.1 support!


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  • From: Mark Adams < >
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  • Subject: Re: [SOGo] Thunderbird 3.1 support!
  • Date: Mon, 9 Aug 2010 17:16:25 +0100

Hi,

I've tried this, and the recursion errors are definately gone and the
cal's appear to load. It is much slower than Tb2 still unfortunately.

I'm also now getting ALOT of this error

Error: aOccurrence.calendar.isInvitation is not a function
Source File: chrome://calendar/content/calendar-multiday-view.xml
Line: 1685

Also, It seems if an event from earlier in the day overlaps one near the
bottom, it will squeeze the events before it - In the web interface and
old version the boxes would move around so they could be as big as
possible dependant on their start/end time - See attached screen for
what I mean.

Also I can't seem to drag/drop items or make them start earlier or later
by dragging - is that frozen at the moment?

Regards,
Mark

On Fri, Aug 06, 2010 at 09:38:53PM -0400, Ludovic Marcotte wrote:
> On 31/07/10 8:05 AM, Mark Adams wrote:
>> I've tried with a completeley fresh icedove profile aswell. The first
>> load appears to work (although it takes a long time time...) but then it
>> will
>> hang at 100% cpu. if you close/open tbird then it will show the
>> calendars in the list but wont actually show any of the items in the
>> actual calendar. Also the integrator panel doesn't show above the
>> calendar list. I've just let it run at 100% cpu for about 10 minutes and
>> the calendars have finally showed on the right.
>>
>> If I close the calendar tab then open it again, this can speed up the
>> display of the calendars. If you open it with the calendar tab already
>> open, then it struggles to load the calendars until you close the tab
>> and open it again. Sometimes this doesn't even help, and they just won't
>> show. If thats the case they will reload by unticking, then ticking the
>> calendar that isn't showing.
>>
>> On the initial load I got loads of errors saying "Too much recursion"
>> but on subsequent loads no errors show.
>>
>> This all seems a bit random at the moment!
> I've added a temporary fix :
>
> http://mtn.inverse.ca/revision/diff/fcd2eac9de1bbb50ab190dc2f765844017327f19/with/ea4e5fb0c0f50e7afa8cb10b2031dd8e53bc8d1f
>
> This is a temporary workaround that seems to fix the issue. It'll cause
> the GUI to "block" more but at least, the recursion errors seem to be
> gone.
>
> XPIs have just been regenerated with the fix and are available from :
> http://inverse.ca/downloads/extensions/nightly/
>
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