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Old 03-19-2012, 09:38 PM
Mirosław Zalewski
Default KOrganizer half-broken after upgrade of rest of KDE to 4.7 - does not show existing data (was KOrganizer is unusable after upgrade to 4.7.4)

On 19/03/2012 at 22:55, Filipus Klutiero <chealer@gmail.com> wrote:

> I cannot see the box you refer to. I checked the menus for a while and I
> frankly don't see why I don't have it. Could you send a screenshot of
> how KOrganizer looks for you?

Sure. It's so big and obvious, I had hard time finding it too . I attached
screenshot to my message.

By the way, Akonadi calendars have issues with creating sub to-dos. They just
don't show as sub ones until you restart KOrganizer. Localdir calendars works

Unfortunately, I don't know how delete Akonadi calendar and create localdir
one. When I'm trying to delete, KOrganizer keep saying that I can't delete
default calendar. When I'm trying to add new one, KOrganizer just says that it
can't do that (for reason unknown). I would like to do it old fashioned way
(through editing of text files), but I did not yet find where does KOrganizer
keep information about available calendars.
Best regards
Mirosław Zalewski
Old 03-20-2012, 04:24 AM
Filipus Klutiero
Default KOrganizer half-broken after upgrade of rest of KDE to 4.7 - does not show existing data (was KOrganizer is unusable after upgrade to 4.7.4)

Mirosław Zalewski wrote:


I am using Debian testing. After today's upgrade, I finally got to run KDE

Unfortunately, all my Korganizer info disappeared. I mean - Calendar and to-do
list in Kontact does not display anything. All information are safe in
~/.kde/share/apps/korganizer/std.ics file.

When I try to add new to-do, I get error message:
"No calendars found, event cannot be added."

How can I get my calendar back? I don't think I ever changed Korganizer
setting in any way. They are pretty much default.

I tried on new user (without any files or directories in ~), and I got the same
error message when trying to add new to-do entry.

It seems similar to KDE bug #279550
(<https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=279550>). Unfortunately, there was no
responses to that message.

It definitely is. I just replied to that, but the precise problem we're
having was reported upstream as #279665:
However, I do not think this is actually an upstream bug. I believe this
is simply an incompatibility between KOrganizer 4.4 and (some part of)
KDE 4.7, although I can't say what it is exactly for now.

Any help would be appreciated. If you need any further information, please
tell me what (and how do I get them for you).
Best regards
Mirosław Zalewski

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