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    FG v3.3.9 Gregorian Calendar issue with changing timestamp

    Hello support

    Just updated to 3.3.9 and was about to set time in the Gregorian Calendar i'm using for my setting. I noticed that i'm not able to type a time nor mouse wheel change the existing time as i had previously been able to do.

    Am running FG3.3.9 on Linuxmint 18.2 with winehq-staging 4.12.

    NOTE: i tested by disabling all extensions as well. Same issue.

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    What ruleset are you using?

    I've tested in CoreRPG (on Windows 10) and I can use CTRL+mousewheel to change the time.

    Clicking on either the hour or minute field appears to give focus, but typing a number populates the year or era fields (whichever still contains the text cursor) or no fields at all (if the text cursor is not present) - I don't know if this was how it worked in v3.3.8 though, but it appears that there is a specific design to not allow direct manual population of the hour and minutes fields, but only CTRL+mousewheel.
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    Hey there Trenloe, thank you for the quick reply. I'm using 5E, and you know, i tried spinning with mouse wheel, and tried with using <SHIFT> too. I dunno what brain-fart happened to not make me think to try with <CTRL>, but clearly it was a stinky one! Anyway you are 100% correct. In my mind I had thought i remembered using the <SHIFT> combo, but that was wrong. It's with <CTRL>.

    Please close this issue as user error.

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