Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1462540
Gnome shell calendar shows wrong day/date after timezone change
Last modified: 2017-09-11 10:30:59 EDT
Created attachment 1288870 [details]
Screenshot showing incorrect day/date alignment in calendar preview
Using gnome-shell-3.22.3-1.fc25.x86_64 I've now noticed this a couple of times when switching timezones.
On a flight from Europe to North America last night I changed the timezone accordingly using the settings dialog, effectively moving the shell clock backwards. I've not rebooted since, only suspended and resumed.
Since that time, although the clock in the constant shell bar centre shows the correct day/date combination (Sun 18 Jun) opening up the calendar preview assigns the date to the incorrect day -- it currently is highlighting *Monday* 18th June 2017, which is incorrect.
All prior and subsequent dates are incorrectly assigned to the wrong day, making the calendar preview wrong if not dangerous (I've gone ahead and set the wrong date for meetings while abroad having used the preview to check the date of e.g. the coming Friday).