Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 21110
Editing a todo item changes current priority
Last modified: 2005-10-31 17:00:50 EST
When you have todo items already set with a non-default priority,
and edit a todo item, it changes the item to default priority
without being asked to. For example, if I have an item set to
priority 1, and want to edit it, when I bring up the edit box,
the priority listed is "5" instead of "1".
If cancel is hit, then no change is made, however if "Ok" is pressed,
wether or not anything was changed, the program changes the priority
to "5" needlessly. It is incredibly annoying.
Upstream developer just fixed it - two-hour response time is pretty good. ;-)
Anyway, next version of the Red Hat package will have the new version of
gnome-pim with this fixed. Bug should be closed at that time.
Long since fixed apparently (also, it appears gnome-pim is considered a dead
module, replaced by Evolution)