- Lot’s of progress on the calendar. We now have a nice little read-only calendar. There’s still important stuff missing, like recurrences, but we’re getting there and I’m already using it with my actual calendar data.
- A date switcher to move between weeks.
- We now show the date for each day and the week number for the week view.
- The events get the proper colors from the calendar.
- The view can be filtered by calendar using the checkbox.
- The calendar checkbox now indicates the color, to save some precious space in that area.
- A tooltip provides the full calendar name if there is not enough space anyways.
- The calendar list is now scrollable with many calendars.
- Fixed the name in the menu and dock as well as the mounted image name on Mac OS.
- Fixed attachment dialogs on Mac OS.
- The CI now checks the intended download paths for availability.
- The website now has build status badges from the CI.
- The “New Email” button (and similar green buttons) now has improved focus indication.
- We’re now fixing the minimum font size to 11 if there is no QT_QPA_PLATFORMTHEME defined on linux. Qt hardcodes it to 9 otherwise, which is tiny.
- Because flatpak uses pid-namespaces and lmdb uses pid’s for locking, starting two flatpaks results in a crash (the db is shared but the pid’s are guaranteed to be the same). It doesn’t seem like there is a good solution to this short of communicating with the original flatpak and ensuring all related processes are running in the same container. For now this is circumvented by simply not starting the second instance using a lockfile.
- We removed the IMAP and similar protocol specific accounts and replaced it with a single “Custom” account. The account concept is supposed to encapsulate multiple procols, such as IMAP, SMTP, CalDAV and CardDAV as one logical unit. It thus doesn’t make much sense to have an IMAP specific account, and with the new “Custom” account you can still set-up IMAP only, or combine it with CalDAV and CardDAV so you can use all aspects of Kube.
More information on the Kolab Now blog!
“Kube is a modern communication and collaboration client built with QtQuick on top of a high performance, low resource usage core. It provides online and offline access to all your mail, contacts, calendars, notes, todo’s and more. With a strong focus on usability, the team works with designers and UX experts from the ground up, to build a product that is not only visually appealing but also a joy to use.”
For more info, head over to: kube-project.com