Scheduling Ignores Milestones
|Reported by:||Robert Inder||Owned by:||Chris Nelson|
When scheduling as late as possible, tasks should be scheduled to complete no later than their milestone. Currently, it seems to be ignored, so that tasks are sometimes scheduled to (start and) finish after their milestone.
Obviously, if the milestone has no date, or a successor has an earlier "latest start date", or a parent has an earlier finish date, then that should take priority.