[Tickets #12989] Re: Missing: entry category/tag color; time in monthly view

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Fri Feb 21 21:08:16 UTC 2014


Ticket URL: http://bugs.horde.org/ticket/12989
  Ticket             | 12989
  Updated By         | Michael Rubinsky <mrubinsk at horde.org>
  Summary            | Missing: entry category/tag color; time in monthly view
  Queue              | Kronolith
  Version            | FRAMEWORK_5_1
  Type               | Bug
-State              | Unconfirmed
+State              | Not A Bug
-Priority           | 2. Medium
+Priority           | 1. Low
  Milestone          |
  Patch              |
  Owners             |

Michael Rubinsky <mrubinsk at horde.org> (2014-02-21 21:08) wrote:

> In H3 the calendar shows a fine overview with a color pro category  
> and the event time from .. to in the monthly overview. In Horde  
> 5.1.3 the calendar overview is confused, because the event color and  
> the event time are missing.

There is no per-event coloring currently in Horde 5. Categories were  
replaced by tags. There is already an open enhancement request about  
adding colored event "dots" to the event bubbles for the event tags'  

> In Horde 5.1.3 I have to write in the subject the event time. So I  
> see at least the start time in the monthly overview.

Already possible again in Kronolith 4.2

> The definition of several calendars is impossible, because the sync  
> with Android supports only one calendar. Is'nt it?

You can absolutely define multiple calendars in Kronolith. In Horde  
5.1/Kronolith 4.1 and prior, all events are "multiplexed" into a  
single calendar to sync. Starting in 5.2/4.2 it will be possible to  
truly sync multiple sources, but not every client supports it.

> To work fine with the calendar again it's necessary:
> - to show the defined tag-color in monthly/weekly/daily overview
>   * has a event several tags, the color of the first tag is winning
> - to show the event start-end-time in the monthly overview.

See the many mailing list and tickets that already discuss this.

> Otherwise the calendar is unfortunately a step backwards.

That's a blatant generalization. If it's THAT important for you than  
consider sponsoring the feature to be developed.

> For example:
> The google calendar shows the start time and an color point for every entry.
> In Outlook I can defined several categories for an event. Outlook  
> shows the color of first defined category.

Again, see the various mailing list discussions and tickets. The  
suggestion of just adding the "first" tag is not feasible for a  
variety of reasons.

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