since nightly build 2011-07-11, web content is marked as expired. Expiration date is set to January 1st, 1970, 12:00 AM.

      Checkbox "Never auto expire" is not checked.

      In nightly build 2011-07-12, if you check the "Never auto expire" checkbox, the expiration date fields are disabled and the web content is displayed, but disappears on a refresh, because the "Never expires" doesn't seem to get saved.

      I noticed, that when I create a new web content, the "Never auto expire" is checked and the expiration date is set to current date + 1 year, all fields for the expiration date are disabled. When I publish my web content, the "Never auto expire" is unchecked and the expiration date is set to Jan 1st, 1970.

      When I click on the "Calendar" icon to pick an expiration date, the calendar widget is not display, only a 5 - 10 pixel box is showing up but no calendar inside (latest Safari and latest Firefox on Mac OS X 10.6.8).

      When I open the year's drop down menu on the expiration date (which is 1970), only the range 1965-1975 is displayed.

      Therefore it is simply impossible to select a new expiration date...

      Steps to reproduce:
      1) In web content click "Schedule"
      2) Click on the calendar icon --> no calendar is display
      3) Click on the year drop down menu for the expiration date --> only years 1965-1975 are displayed




            zsolt.szabo Zsolt Szabo (Inactive)
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