N2 Build 508 – Start Week on Monday

An update for our many friends across the pond, you can now (finally) set your calendar week to start on Mondays if you so desire. Our first step down the path towards proper localisation — other languages and date formats to come in future releases — being able to start the week on Monday was a big one for a lot of people, so here it is.

Screen shot 2012-10-28 at 7.16.20 AM

Visit Settings » Preferences… and you’ll find the radio buttons to make this your preferred calendar view – over on the right-side of the Preferences dialog.

Screen shot 2012-10-28 at 7.15.43 AM

We also fixed a rather annoying rendering bug that was affecting Chrome users: that 4 pixel high line that would occasionally appear in the left navi is no longer.  Thank goodness.

As always, release notes are here.



6 Comments on N2 Build 508 – Start Week on Monday

  1. Mick on Sun, 28th Oct 2012 8:00 am
  2. Good for us Europeans.
    Any news on the smart lists?

  3. Daniel on Sun, 28th Oct 2012 9:54 am
  4. Hi,

    We could help with the Swedish localisation. Send me an email if you are interested.

  5. Bruce Marriott on Sun, 28th Oct 2012 3:07 pm
  6. Good work.

    Be great to know other ’small’ usability enhancements are planned and in what order?

  7. Elbert on Sun, 28th Oct 2012 4:31 pm
  8. @daniel – thanks for the offer. we’re looking at setting something up like this: http://getclicky.com/translate/

    will make an announcement when we’re ready to tackle this, of course. probably later this year or early 2013.

  9. Mick on Mon, 29th Oct 2012 7:24 am
  10. I can certainly help with the Italian translation!

  11. matata on Tue, 30th Oct 2012 9:18 am
  12. that’s fine, but it would be better to work on important tasks, such as the Android app?

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