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Next "day of a month" doesn't span year

DD

I tried to add a task for 1/5 which should be the next January 5th to occur and it placed it on January 5th of 2012.

I assume I am not the first to point this out but figured I would send it in just in case.

Joe

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David Trey staff
Replied on Nov 27, 2012 - 00:44

Hello Joe,

Unfortunately, I can't reproduce this issue. Please clarify:
- What exact date are you typing into the "due date" field? Is it just "1/5" or anything else?
- What's your default date format in Settings -> General? MM-DD or DD-MM?
- How are you adding the task? From within a project? Using the "Quick add" feature? Using the web-app, a plugin or the mobile app?
- Can you reproduce this issue in at least one different browser?


Best regards,
David

DD
DRK Development, Inc. premium
Replied on Nov 27, 2012 - 03:54

David, sorry, I know how to submit a bug report but apparently didn't bother giving you any details. I guess I assumed someone else would have found it before me.

Mobile App
iPhone 4S - Verizon
IOS Version 6.0.1

I open the app and from the main screen that you first see I hit the + for a new task. Type in the task name. Type in 1/5 (which in the descriptions says should default to "the next 1/5". I then pick a project and a priority and tap the check to finish the task.

I can reproduce it for any day of the year from 1/1 up to the day prior to current.

Does that help?

Joe

David Trey staff
Replied on Nov 27, 2012 - 04:10

Joe,

I will pass this issue to our iOS developers and will inform you once it's fixed or if we would need other information.


Best regards,
David