Setting a task with a future date then setting it with today's date results in the schedule pane showing the task under yesterday
Setting a task to any future date, then setting it back to the present date will cause the task to show in the scheduled pane under "Yesterday" rather than the expected "Today". This bug persists until a full restart of the application. This bug seems not to occur if the today button is used, rather than applying the current date in the calendar.
Steps to reproduce:
- Open GNOME To Do
- Create a task
- Set a date in the future using the calendar dropdown
- Set a the current date using the calendar dropdown
- Navigate to the scheduled pane
- Observe that the task is now under the yesterday heading rather than the expected today heading
- Figure out why the dates are not being properly compared
- Set a task to any future date, then set it back to today; the task should be under "Today"
- No regressions were introduced