Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 827242
f17 kde calendar applet is less usefull in recent iterations
Last modified: 2013-08-01 07:46:05 EDT
Created attachment 588214 [details]
screenshot of the calendar applet.
Description of problem:
The current day must be highlighted more, like day 31 box being BIGGER than the rest of the days, or maybe round. There are times with a multi-color mess.
My eyes first notices the red, then i don't know instantly if 13 or 31 is the
current day, so i need to seek to the date string and then seek the week and after all this i can se the other days of the week.
And the calendar applet is half outside the sreen.
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Can you please report this directly to the upstream KDE project, so the developers working on Plasma can see your report?
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