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there is the drop down
somthimes 4 and last are the same, but not allways
=> there is "four" missig because in 2009 Mai / august / september are 5 Sundays
an we have an after work party on fourth thuesday a month => in 2009 Jan April Juli Okt and Dez have 5 thuesdays
In the docs, you'll see the #1 to-do item i have for this is to add European date compliance. Right now it only serves 4% of the world population. :-)
I suppose a fourth day of the month wouldn't be so bad. I think that's something that would be rarely used, but i don't see any harm.
This is great testing. Thanks so much for your work.
@DyanmicDevelop - I was really hoping to release the code today, but per an agreement with my colleagues it's going to have to wait. I'm hoping we can keep this thread hot and keep up the interest into next week. Thanks for your feedback!
I have seen that in the templates of the 2.3rc2 code, but when I ran a site off a checkout of the svn revision @ 12/18/2008 that had disappeared. I just double checked one of my sites, it definitely was removed in a newer trunk version.
The popup problem with datetime fields for the calendar is also fixed in that particular revision. (Don't get that pre-pop window error)