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Allow independent editing of recurring items in the local calendar

After I create a recurring daily item and then try to drag one instance of that item in the calendar to a different time slot (in the same day), all the other recurring instances disappear from the calendar and the item in the outline changes to non-recurring.For example, if I tag an item as "@every day 10am" but then try to drag Monday's instance to 11am, all the other instances disappear.

Ideally, it would give me the option of modifying this single instance or modifying all instances.The software I'm migrating from supports this, and I suspect it's a fairly standard way to handle recurring tasks and appointments.

Most of my work involves recurring task blocks, and it would be awesome to start each day with a pile of unscheduled blocks in the "All day" bucket at the top of the calendar and then drag them up and down the calendar to fill out the day (and reshuffle them as needed as the day progresses). This works great for non-recurring items, but if it could be extended to include recurring items you guys will be my heroes forever.

(Also, for my own purposes at least, I wouldn't need this capability to be linkable with Google calendar.)

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