DeanGardiner
Calendar has gone grey since the last update. Cannot see day, week or month views.

Thanks,
Dean
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zoner
I am running the same version (7032 on Win 7 64bit) and I do not run into this issue. Here is what I would try if you haven't already done so (in the order listed).

1. Reboot your computer (then re-check). 

2. Reset tools layout to see if that helps (options > reset tools layout then re-check)

3. Try updating to the latest version of Java (then re-check).

4. If none of the above work, load the calendar then close TB 7032, capture a copy of your log file to send on over to support. I would create a support request by visiting support.thebrain.com.

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DeanGardiner
Tried a few things. Updated Java. Reinstalled The Brain.

I also tried rolling back to 7.0.3.0.

No change.

Anyone else having the same issue?

Thanks,
Dean
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DeanGardiner
OK, so waited until 7.0.3.3 and tried upgrading again. No luck.

Tried creating a new Brain. Calender was there. OK, so it seems the problem was with my Brain.

Went back to my main Brain, calender was there!

So all working now.

Dean


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DeanGardiner

Posted too soon. Calender is still screwed. 

It looks like 7.0.3.2 killed all my events as well. 

I can't understand how the early betas were relatively stable, and the release candidate is so slow and buggy. Very frustrated. I actually purchased version 7 because I thought the issues may have something to do with the versioning, but now it looks like I will have to roll back to 6 permanently.

For anyone who reads this and is thinking of upgrading I would recommend waiting a while. It’s just not worth the risk.





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mcaton
Dean,

Would you be available for a quick web meeting to review this issue?  We haven't had any other reports of this type of issue with the application and we'd like to take a closer look. 

Please contact us at support@thebrain.com and we'll schedule a quick call to review the issue together.

Thanks,
Matt
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