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Mozilla Lightning 0.1

Posted on Thursday, March 23 2006 @ 14:09:28 CET by LSDsmurf

Important things to know before trying Lightning 0.1
  • Modifying ICS calendars or entries created by programs other than Lightning may result in data-loss.
  • Editing calendars by more than one user may result in data-loss.
  • There is not yet an Undo/Redo mechanism for calendar operations.
  • Alarms for recurring events should not be relied upon.
  • This is a preliminary release, and despite our best efforts, may have other bugs that can eat your data. Always make regular backups! There is information about profile directories and the WebDAV Calendar Backup System that may be helpful.
  • There are a number of important known issues.
Missing/Incomplete Features
  • Printing support is minimal.
  • CalDAV support is extremely basic, has issues, and is difficult to set up. Generally speaking, it may be useful for testing, but is not ready for day-to-day use.
  • Offline support only works for local calendars.
  • Syncing with other calendar software (such as handheld PIM devices) is not supported.
  • Localization is not yet supported (though it is probably possible to do).
  • Lots of performance and user-interface work still needs to happen.

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