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From what I can see you probably have some custom CSS rules in your project which might override the ones we have set up and thus the unwanted UI behavior. Could you provide a runnable sample project so we can investigate the origin of the issue? To isolate the issue easier you can read this article. Also, you can check out this article regarding ways to improve the debugging skill with Chrome DevTools.
>you probably have some custom CSS rules in your project
No, I think it is the combined 32px left padding of your k-picker-wrap and k-dateinput-wrap styles that I somehow cannot override.
As attached file you can a demo project which has a Grid with Inline Editing and a DateTime field, which by default will be edited with DatePicker. It seems that locally, for me, there is no padding so could you compare that project against yours and see if any difference cause the issue. If that does not help, could you modify the project so that the padding is reproduced and we can further investigate the issue?
I will have to put this on the backburner. Too busy with deadlines :).
I switched to DateInput instead of DatePicker for simple inline dates, so at the moment this extra padding is not a problem for me.
But when I have more time available I will dive into this. I do want to know what is going on behind the scenes. The probable outcome will be that my CSS is a mess...