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24527 Feb 6,2005 05:22 AM Feb 10,2005 05:12 AM Windows Forms 2
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Gil Kalo
Asked On February 6, 2005 05:22 AM

Hi, I have two questions regarding DateTimePickerAdv: 1. RTL property doesn''t seem to affect the string which is displayed when no date is selected("NullString"). It''s always aligned to the left. I''m using the control with RTL = true, and I''m expecting the null string message to be aligned to the right rather to the left. The date is affected OK, but not the null message. Any idea why? or How can I control it''s alignment? 2. I defined a custom format ("yyyy/MM/dd)". How can I control the order which the auto forwaring is working when custom format is defined. Currently it behaves in a strange way, from the day it jumps to the year?! Is it possible to disable the auto forwarding and control the fields (day, month, year) typing order manually? Thanks you, Gil K

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Replied On February 9, 2005 02:48 PM

Hi Gil, Sorry for the delay in responding. 1) This is a bug, the NullString is not repositioned when RTL is true. We will fix this issue at the earliest. 2) This also seems to be an issue only when RTL is enabled, otherwise the autoforward works fine even for custome formats. The forwarding occurs in the same order as it would occur without RTL enabled. Currently there seems to be no way to manually control the forwarding. This has to be fixed in the datetimepicker itself. Thank you for your patience, Best regards, Stephen. >Hi, > >I have two questions regarding DateTimePickerAdv: > >1. RTL property doesn''t seem to affect the string which is displayed when no date is selected("NullString"). >It''s always aligned to the left. >I''m using the control with RTL = true, and I''m expecting the null string message to be aligned to the right rather to the left. The date is affected OK, but not the null message. > >Any idea why? or How can I control it''s alignment? > > >2. I defined a custom format ("yyyy/MM/dd)". How can I control the order which the auto forwaring is working when custom format is defined. Currently it behaves in a strange way, from the day it jumps to the year?! >Is it possible to disable the auto forwarding and control the fields (day, month, year) typing order manually? > >Thanks you, > >Gil K

Gil Kalo
Replied On February 10, 2005 05:12 AM

Tahnks for your replay, But regarding your second answer (custom format), is this an issue you are goint to solve in your next versions, or there is a workaround you can suggest? Thanks, Gil K >Hi, > >I have two questions regarding DateTimePickerAdv: > >1. RTL property doesn''t seem to affect the string which is displayed when no date is selected("NullString"). >It''s always aligned to the left. >I''m using the control with RTL = true, and I''m expecting the null string message to be aligned to the right rather to the left. The date is affected OK, but not the null message. > >Any idea why? or How can I control it''s alignment? > > >2. I defined a custom format ("yyyy/MM/dd)". How can I control the order which the auto forwaring is working when custom format is defined. Currently it behaves in a strange way, from the day it jumps to the year?! >Is it possible to disable the auto forwarding and control the fields (day, month, year) typing order manually? > >Thanks you, > >Gil K

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