Version: (using Devel)
Compiler: gcc 4.3.2
Installed from: Compiled sources
- Launch KOrg
- From the agenda view, create two events, two to-dos and two journal entries for the same day at different times and make sure to leave empty time slots in between them.
- Click on Month view to check that all the items displayed.
- Now go back to the agenda view and insert one event, one to-do and one journal on that same day into the time slots you left empty
- Click on Month view button
You can see that the items are not sorted by time nor by type (ie events, to-do, journal entries) within a day.
I think sorting by time is the behaviour users will most likely expect.
Trunk, Svn Rev 1107335
Hi, I would love to have the events sorted by time.
It's pretty bad to have the events in random order honestly. Even the ones from the same calendar are not sorted.
what KOrganizer version are you using?
a patch is under review at https://phabricator.kde.org/D25266
Git commit 010612e5ac0849a7a19be786e6f9d0916f380060 by Allen Winter.
Committed on 11/11/2019 at 22:18.
Pushed by winterz into branch 'release/19.12'.
month/monthitem.cpp - fix chronological sorting in day block
Differential Revision: https://phabricator.kde.org/D25266
M +1 -1 src/month/monthitem.cpp
Thanks a lot :)