UI Or Functionality Bug With Calendar Popup (2018.3.1016.45)

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  1. NimbusHex
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    Jan 2011

    Posted 18 Dec 2018 Link to this post

    Having a weird issue with the calendar popup in DateTimePicker.  I previously had a bug in my date/time parsing algorithm where it was taking years in the present or near future (2018-2025) and parsing them as 1918-1925.  When you go in and attempt to fix this through the calendar control, you can't seem to correctly navigate to the 2000's.

    Upon picking the 2010-2019 option in the first screenshot, it then takes you to the 1910-1919 collection.  In this case, the control's SelectedValue is being bound to a Nullable<DateTime> with the date already set before form initialization.  The property and object both implement the INotifyPropertyChanged interface/pattern.  As you can see, the calendar uses the Windows8Touch theme.

    Thanks for any guidance that can be provided.

     

  2. Vladimir Stoyanov
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    476 posts

    Posted 20 Dec 2018 Link to this post

    Hello Kyle,

    Thank you for the provided pictures. 

    May I ask you some questions in order to better assist you? Can you share how you are changing the DisplayMode of the RadCalendar inside the popup to CenturyView? Since there is a datetime bound to the SelectedValue property of the RadDateTimePicker, the DisplayMode of the calendar should be Month by default. Additionally, can you elaborate a bit on the exact scenario and what you are trying to achieve (specifically the date/time parsing bug and the fix through the calendar control)? 

    If you find it possible, you can create a sample project demonstrating your scenario, describe what you are trying to achieve and send it over in a new support ticket. This way we will be able to investigate the scenario and better assist you.

    Regards,
    Vladimir Stoyanov
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