This section covers all data-entry and command useage details that may not have
been fully elucidated in the preceding scenarios.
2.9.1. Date Formats
2.9.2. Scheduling Dialogs
Ed. Note: I think it would be quite good to summarize these requirements in tabular form, with one table for each class of dialog, with one table row for each data-entry field in the dialog.
The following data entry formats apply to any scheduling dialog where the indicated field appears:
If the user specifies a recurring event without checking any box in the
additional recurring information, the event will be set by default to recur
weekly, on the day of the week that is specified for the start date of the
event. [Sketch: some other defaults are made clear by default display of
2.9.4. Required Fields
When scheduling or changing an item, the following fields are required to be
non-empty and properly formated: Title, (Start) Date, Start Time, and Duration.
If one or more of these fields is missing when the user presses the
'OK' or 'Change' button, the system responds with the error
dialog shown in Figure 42.
Figure 42: Required fields error dialog.
The system provides a three-way option to control the scheduling of items with overlapping times. The option settings are the following: