Calender: Printing overview english "headline"

Hi,
when printing a calendar overview, all is in german language except the headlines, where the day is mentioned. The headline is in english. (example: Tue, Oct 16 – see attachment)

This should be in german too.

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Same, when printing an appointment.
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As the Deskapp is “using” the Webapp, it is the same situation there.

Can I alter this behaviour, or is it “coded”?

@mcdaniels It’s a bug and I created https://jira.kopano.io/browse/KW-2819
Please follow the ticket to get updates.

Thanks for reporting.

Thank you.

One question: What is the difference in reporting a bug @jira.kopano.io and reporting it to the official kopano support?

@mcdaniels bug reports in Jira can only be created by a Kopano employee - this is also what our support team would do (create a ticket based on the support interaction).

A bug report coming from a support ticket will be linked to the support ticket as well, adding additional weight to it, in some cases raising the priority for development selection. If you have an active subscription, I would recommend opening a support ticket too, referencing the ticket number @marty mentioned above.

Splitting a case into two tickets [jira, support] is not a technical necessity, but I guess the different notification settings for each ticket type (i.e. who’s getting automatic e-mails) makes it appealing to keep doing it.

would be nice if this would be sorted out in the near future. Its looking very unprofessional. I wonder why there are no votes at the jira ticket. Perhaps most people out there, are using the english version?

Most time, it is the sum of a lot of little things, which make the users annoyed. Speaking for us, this is one part of it.

BUT: I see a permanent improvement too. Keep it up! :-)

I can’t think of a good practical use of the voting feature in many bug trackers. In a commercial setting, a priority is set by the controller and that’s that, and in merit-based settings, people go by what-am-I-feeling-like-doing-today. Even the openSUSE feature tracker (it’s all about votes), http://fate.opensuse.org/ is pretty much dead after experimenting with it for over 10 years.

As for the time thing, a comment in the .po translation files suggests that time is handled by extjs rather than PHP, so this may be Javascript’s fault perhaps.

@jengelh : thanks for the info, but the dev/programming thing is nothing I am able to. ;-)

@mcdaniels This is fixed in master. Will be included in the next release.

I hope it’s ok when i reuse this thread, because i have a similar issue.

On the printing dialog of an email all is german expect the date, it’s still displayed in english language and this a little bit anoying for some of the users.

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@Beleggrodion

Hi, this is fixed by the upcoming Webapp 3.5. Will be released soon. :-)