till at kdab.net
Tue Feb 28 09:02:10 CET 2006
On Monday 27 February 2006 13:28, Bernhard Reiter wrote:
> The possibility we propose is:
> p101) Save the priority as 10 values as RFC 2445 suggests:
> 0 = no priority selected
> 1-9 = priorities, with 1 being higest
> p102) The clients have a choice of how to display those ten values
> in principle. If a mapping is used towards low, middle,
> high, RFC2445 mapping must be used.
> We suggest to use the mapping of RFC 2445 for
> low, middle, high and "no selection" for all clients with
> "no-selection" displayed and sorted as "middle" it not
> possible otherwise.
> p103) The clients shall preserve the saved value, even when
> using a different mapping for display, if the priority is
> not changed.
> Joon, Till, Johannes:
> What do you think?
Sounds sensible to me. Will ask Reinhold, he changed it in Kontact a
while ago, I believe.
Till Adam -- till at kdab.net, adam at kde.org
Klarälvdalens Datakonsult AB, Platform-independent software solutions
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