Rotating the phone can hide the dash calendar

Bug #1640936 reported by Alex - WarumLinuxBesserIst -
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Canonical System Image
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Marco Trevisan (Treviño)

Bug Description

See comment 8 for reproducing the bug Afterwards the calendar doesn't show up anymore.
See screenshot: http://img.ctrlv.in/img/16/11/10/5824dec9e0cb0.png
Left is standard, and right is after I open the systemsettings.

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dinamic (dinamic6661) wrote :

same here, arale/rc-proposed

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dinamic (dinamic6661) wrote :

i am affected by this bug, i've seen it countless time on arale/rc-proposed but i can't trigger it by opening the system settings

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dinamic (dinamic6661) wrote :

indicator-datetime.log

(process:3141): Indicator-Datetime-WARNING **: Unrecognized TZID: 'Etc/Utc'

(process:3141): Indicator-Datetime-WARNING **: Unrecognized TZID: 'Etc/Utc'

(process:3141): Indicator-Datetime-WARNING **: Unrecognized TZID: 'Etc/Utc'

(process:3141): Indicator-Datetime-WARNING **: indicator-datetime cannot connect to EDS source: Unable to connect to 'Birthdays & Anniversaries': Error calling StartServiceByName for org.gnome.evolution.dataserver.Calendar4: Timeout was reached

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Marco Trevisan (Treviño) (3v1n0) wrote :

I don't think this is the problem... Can you instead attach the unity8.log that it's in ~/.cache/upstart ?

Thanks

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Alex - WarumLinuxBesserIst - (wlbi) wrote :

After my update to r872, I can not reproduce it by opening the system settings.

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Emanuele Sorce (tronfortytwo) wrote :

on my E5 rc too. I don't know if is correlated whit the system setting

Changed in canonical-devices-system-image:
status: New → In Progress
assignee: nobody → Marco Trevisan (Treviño) (3v1n0)
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Alex - WarumLinuxBesserIst - (wlbi) wrote :

I attached the file ~/.cache/upstart/unity8.log from today.
During the whole day, the calendar was working. when I checked it again right now, it was not working anymore, without opening the systemsettings.

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taiebot65 (taiebot65) wrote :

OK I found how to trigger it is quite simple it is due to rotating the phone

Device mako
Channel rc proposed bq channels r444

how to reproduce from a fresh boot
Login to your phone

Put yourself in portrait mode
open the dash on the time and date
 rotate to landscape = the dash does not rotate
 close the dash = unity 8 rotate to landscape
Rotate to portrait = unity8 rotate to portrait
Open the dash on time and date = calendar disappeared

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taiebot65 (taiebot65) wrote :

You can bring it back by making sure you open the dash while you are in landscape mode

taiebot65 (taiebot65)
summary: - After opening system-settings there is no more calendar displayed when
- pull down date/time
+ Rotating the phone can hide the dash calendar
description: updated
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Pat McGowan (pat-mcgowan) wrote :

Fixed in proposed, still happens on stable

Changed in canonical-devices-system-image:
status: In Progress → Fix Committed
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