Please add russian language for querries
Please add russian language for querries.
Thanks for a great taks service!
Asked by Nikita Zhyglinskyi on Mar 10, 2013 - 15:54
shaul on Mar 18, 2013 - 06:39
in the near future?
Hi, David! Thanks for the support!
There is another problem with Russian language.
When you choose a date in the calendar (not typing it, but CHOOSING), the date is placed in Russian language, not in English.
Thus it's impossible to enter exact time (with @ simbol).
So when you choose "13 March" in the calendar, the "13 март" is placed in the field and, of course, you can't add @15:00 to the "13 март". You need to delete russian words and replace them with the english ones.
Unfortunately, we can't reproduce this issue. It should be possible to add a due time to a task this way. I've set Todoist to Russian, selected 20 март from the drop-down calendar and then added "@ 13:00" and a due time was added. Unfortunately, the time was incorrect so please clarify - are you experiencing the same issue (add a time, but it's incorrect) or do you see an error already when you try to add the time?
It depends on client. I'm using Windows client, Thunderbird client and the web-page in Chrome browser. Let's talk about the browser.
In this case you're right. I'm experiencing the same issue, as you. The time is incorrect. It changes to 00:00 regardless what you've entered.
BUT. There is a mistake in YEAR too. When I choose 20 март, add due time with @ and then save the task, the year is changing to 2014.
So, when I choose 10 март from the drop-down calendar and then enter @13:00, I get a task like 10 март 2014 в 00:00 regardless what time I entered.
The issue was caused by the lack of support for the @ sign. In the Russian version of Todoist, you can use "20 марта в 16:00" as a valid format (with в instead of @).
However, we've also added support for @ now, please let us know if the issue persists.