Using InfCloud 0.13.2.rc1 with Chrome, I can no longer add a photo.
Everything looks normal, until I save the entry. No errors are given but
the resultant entry has no photo.
When I modify (e.g. phone number) of an existing entry with a photo, the
photo disappears. The existing photo on the server was a png.
FireFox seems to have no problems with this.
Errors as shown bij the Chromium debugger:
GET data:image/jpeg;base64,, net::ERR_INVALID_URL data_process.js:6357
Maybe related to config.js:
I'm wondering how to make InfCloud refresh the calendar.
I know that I've updated the calendar with another client,
but I don't know how to make InfCloud display the updates.
When I press F5 then I need to log in again which is unconvenient.
It works for me. A PROPFIND on both calendar-home-set and
On 01/22/2016 10:45 AM, Tobias Mueller wrote:
> On Fr, 2016-01-22 at 16:05 +0100, Ján Máté wrote:
>> - configuration - added globalEnableRefresh option which
>> enables/disables the new "refresh all resources" icon in the left
>> application menu (disabled by default)
> I've done that and I'm seeing the icon, but clicking it doesn't create
> a request hitting the DAV server. I couldn't spot anything in the
> browser's console. Is there a bug, still..?
Principal Systems Software Engineeer
Carnegie Mellon University
A picture is said to say more than 1000 words, so how about a movie?
As you can see I can move the event to the previous day, but it just jumps
This is the event data:
Thank you for providing InfCloud to the community!
I have assigned Asia/Singapore as my timezone in config.js, and this is
also recognized in month/mweek/week/day-views.
But when I hover over the appointment or open an appointment the time is
shown un UTC.
For example : Appointment start 20:00 SGT is shown as 12:00 UTC, which
correct but inconvenient.
The appointments a coming from Outlook and 'synchronized'.
Appointments directly entered in InfCloud do not show this issue.
Is there a way to show the time using the correct timezone (i.e. 20:00 SGT
in above example) ?
Is there a way to show times in 24-hours format?