Re: [bugs] Date of Week Shifting

Interesting. Daylight savings time is in effect, but I'm not really sure
why that would cause this problem. Here is my conf file:

appearance.calendarview=monthly
appearance.compactpanels=yes
appearance.defaultpanel=calendar
appearance.layout=1
appearance.notifybar=yes
appearance.sidebarwidth=0
appearance.theme=red on default
appearance.todoview=show-completed
appearance.headingpos=right-justified
daemon.enable=yes
daemon.log=yes
format.inputdate=1
format.notifydate=%a %F
format.notifytime=%T
format.outputdate=%D
format.dayheading=%B %-d, %Y
general.autogc=no
general.autosave=yes
general.confirmdelete=yes
general.confirmquit=no
general.firstdayofweek=sunday
general.periodicsave=15
general.systemdialogs=no
notification.command=~/.calcurse/script/notify_script.sh
notification.notifyall=all
notification.warning=900
appearance.headerline=yes
appearance.eventseparator=yes
appearance.dayseparator=yes
appearance.emptyline=yes
general.multipledays=yes
general.systemevents=yes

And here is a screen capture showing the issue:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m97V5AZs1vQ&feature=youtu.be

The first thing I show is being active in the upper right calendar pane and scrolling down to the beginning of November. It shifts from Tuesday, October 29th to Wednesday, November 5th.

Next I create a test appointment on Tuesday and have it repeat weekly. After the transition to November it shifts to Wednesdays.

I am on Arch using Calcurse version 4.5.0, but the issue shows up on my
Debian server using the same version of Calcurse.

Cheers,
Jason

On 09/24/2019 16:06, Lars Henriksen wrote:
> I can't reproduce from your description:
> 
> On Tue, Sep 24, 2019 at 07:43:00AM -0400, Jason Blocklove wrote:
> > I've found a problem with calcurse, where from October to November the
> > day of the week shifts by 1. What I mean by that is: when setting up a
> > recurring appointment or scrolling vertically through the calendar pane,
> > the day of the week will shift, making all appointments set that way off
> > by one day (Mon -> Tues for example).
> 
> Could you be more explicit and describe exactly what you do?
> 
> Is daylight saving time (aka summer time) in operation where you live?
> 
> Lars Henriksen
> 

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