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Thread: Changes to some UI settings not consistent between sessions

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    Default Changes to some UI settings not consistent between sessions

    Hello,

    I hope that the Title of this is not too irritating.
    I have the following "problem".
    I would like to have 2 calenders active by default (not the standard calendar), when I log out and in again they are unchecked again and the default calendar is checked again.
    Similar problem with the mail view.
    I would like to have the Column with the messages per conversation in front of the sender. But when I pull it to the front and log out it will be at its default position again after a new login.
    Version is NETWORK-3.1.4_GA_518.RHEL4

    Any chance to change this?


    Thanks

    Christian

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    Default check out bugzilla

    Quote Originally Posted by chh
    I would like to have 2 calenders active by default (not the standard calendar), when I log out and in again they are unchecked again and the default calendar is checked again.
    This is bug 7452, fixed in 3.2.

    Quote Originally Posted by chh
    Similar problem with the mail view.
    I would like to have the Column with the messages per conversation in front of the sender. But when I pull it to the front and log out it will be at its default position again after a new login.
    Check out bugzilla. If you don't find similar bugs already entered, please file new ones!
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