Calendar printed is one day ahead of display

Asked by HappyChapman on 2012-05-09

Version: Evolution 3.2.3 on Ubuntu 12.04 i386 installed via update

Hello folks!

I recently updated to Ubuntu 12.04 LTS from 11.04 (step-by-step through 11.10 of course) and have good old Evolution installed. But the calendar could no longer be printed correctly.

My weekly schedule usually starts at Thursday (yep that's weird!), so I manually set the preference to start the week from that day. After the update, the display still works fine and data uncorrupted. But if I choose to print the weekly schedule out or just preview it, the printed table starts from Wednesday no matter what. Is that a known bug or a new one? Or I am just the only unlucky one?


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BigBadWoofer (cericson46) said : #1

Also running 12.04 LTS and Evolution 323. I have a similar problems, but with different displays.

Month displays with Saturday/Sunday as first column, but prints with Friday as first column.

Week displays with Saturday in top/left corner, but prints with Friday in top/left corner.

My work week starts on Saturday and displays Saturday in left column, but prints Monday through Friday and doesnt show weekend at all.

Same problems here, both of them.

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