A big ***thank you!*** for fixing the bug that I posted!

Forum thread started by latte on Sun, 2006-05-14 06:51

Hi all -

Just wanted to give a big **thank you** to the devs for their **lightning-fast** fix of a bug that I posted (to do with the display of time in Haiku - bug 583).

There were problems in that the times in the "set time/timezone" widget (and the time on the menu) weren't "synchronising" properly.

Anyway, I posted the bug, and within ***24 hours*** (maybe less) it has been fixed! Wow, now **that's** service!

( I've downloaded and tested the latest Haiku, and the bug is indeed gone. All three time displays (two in the widget, one on the menu) now "synch" correctly, and when you change the time in the "set time" widget, all three are now changed (as they should be). Great!

I tried to reply (to give my thanks) via the automated bugzilla emails that were sent to me, but the replies got bounced for some reason.
Anyway, if someone can pass on this message of thanks, that'd be great. Keep up the ***awesome*** work with Haiku!
Bye for now -

- latte

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Re: A big ***thank you!*** for fixing the bug that I posted!

latte wrote:
Hi all -

Just wanted to give a big **thank you** to the devs for their **lightning-fast** fix of a bug that I posted (to do with the display of time in Haiku - bug 583).

There were problems in that the times in the "set time/timezone" widget (and the time on the menu) weren't "synchronising" properly.

Anyway, I posted the bug, and within ***24 hours*** (maybe less) it has been fixed! Wow, now **that's** service!

( I've downloaded and tested the latest Haiku, and the bug is indeed gone. All three time displays (two in the widget, one on the menu) now "synch" correctly, and when you change the time in the "set time" widget, all three are now changed (as they should be). Great!

I tried to reply (to give my thanks) via the automated bugzilla emails that were sent to me, but the replies got bounced for some reason.
Anyway, if someone can pass on this message of thanks, that'd be great. Keep up the ***awesome*** work with Haiku!
Bye for now -

- latte

You can always post another comment to the same bug in bugzilla stating that it works properly now.

That way at least the bug-fixer knows that the original reporter finds the resolution to be correct - and you can express your gratitude at the same time ;)

quickest way to get there is here:

http://www.haiku-os.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=583

I kinda suspected there was something wrong with the timezones a little while ago when the time would be drastically different when I booted to Haiku instead of BeOS on the same physical hardware, but assumed it was something I set up wrong in my settings... so I ignored it. So *THANK YOU* for reporting it! I'm glad it was resolved also!

Glad to see more people testing Haiku lately!

Re: A big ***thank you!*** for fixing the bug that I posted!

umccullough wrote:
latte wrote:
Hi all -

Just wanted to give a big **thank you** to the devs for their **lightning-fast** fix of a bug that I posted (to do with the display of time in Haiku - bug 583).

There were problems in that the times in the "set time/timezone" widget (and the time on the menu) weren't "synchronising" properly.

Anyway, I posted the bug, and within ***24 hours*** (maybe less) it has been fixed! Wow, now **that's** service!

( I've downloaded and tested the latest Haiku, and the bug is indeed gone. All three time displays (two in the widget, one on the menu) now "synch" correctly, and when you change the time in the "set time" widget, all three are now changed (as they should be). Great!

I tried to reply (to give my thanks) via the automated bugzilla emails that were sent to me, but the replies got bounced for some reason.
Anyway, if someone can pass on this message of thanks, that'd be great. Keep up the ***awesome*** work with Haiku!
Bye for now -

- latte

You can always post another comment to the same bug in bugzilla stating that it works properly now.

That way at least the bug-fixer knows that the original reporter finds the resolution to be correct - and you can express your gratitude at the same time ;)

quickest way to get there is here:

http://www.haiku-os.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=583

I kinda suspected there was something wrong with the timezones a little while ago when the time would be drastica