> > When creating a new job, if one directly clicks on the Schedules tab and
> > tries to add one, then the date picker does not work. I was trying to see
> > why this is so for quite a while. Then I realized that adding a schedule
> > a step before the job has been actually created does not make sense.
> Yes it does - the dialogue will create the job and all the steps and
> schedules in one go, when you hit OK on the job dialogue.
Oh, then there is a major issue with schedules in git head. The
dlgJob::OnAddSchedule passes a NULL pgaSchedule node to schedules being
newly created. Because of this the calendar that is being used for the date
picker remains frozen. Looks like the dlgSchedule::Go function needs to do
much more for the creation call in terms of setting things up for the date
picker. But I am no wxCalendar expert...
> > In dlgJob::Go, I do see some code which tries to do this when the job is
> > being created:
> > btnChangeStep->Hide();
> > btnChangeSchedule->Hide();
> > However the above does not seem to be working :(
> > Any idea what could be the reason?
> Can you see the *Change* button? When you're creating the job, you can
> only add or remove new schedules/steps. You can only change ones on
> pre-existing jobs. In new job mode, only the Add and Remove buttons
> are shown.
> Oh ok. These are "Change" buttons. So no, I do not seem them for new jobs.
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