Beginning of the week should be a calendar's property, but not a property in Lightning
STF <lapsap7+mz <at> gmail.com>
2015-06-01 12:41:45 GMT
This mail is about beginning of the week. Let's call it BOTW for short.
Currently, the BOTW (Sunday, Monday, etc) is defined as a software-wide
properties in Thunderbird/Lightning, ie
TB Options > Calendar (tab) > Views (tab) > General (section):
Start the week on: xxxxx
However, for those who need to open shared calendars of other people,
there can be a situation that one calendar needs Sunday as BOTW while
the other needs Monday as BOTW. For instance, someone in US shares his
calendar so the BOTW is Sunday; while at the same time, most European
countries including UK are using Monday as BOTW.
One of the consequences is the shift in week number.
Suggestion: move the "Start the week on:" option from Lightning
(software-wide) to every calendar level (calendar-wide).
If you're OK, I'm going to post a bug/request in Bugzilla for this to
keep the record.