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Masked Edit Control - Mask Perseitence?

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2558 Jan 30,2003 02:18 PM UTC Jan 31,2003 07:48 PM UTC WinForms 1
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Anthony
Asked On January 30, 2003 02:18 PM UTC

I am using the masked edit control for date entry fields and the mask appears to be altered after I close the project and reopen it in VS.NET. I set the mask to "0#/##/####" in the properties editor, save and close the project. When I reopen the project, in VS.NET, the control displays with a mask of 00/__/____. With each subsequent open and close of the project, the Control continues to display the mask with an additional 0 in the mask. The value in the Property editor remains the same ("0#/##/####"). In the Windows forms designer generated code region of the form, the propterites look correct, but they at not rendered correctly on the screen. Values as they appear: Me.mskEndDate.Mask = "0#/##/####" Me.mskEndDate.Text = "0_/__/____" Yet on the Form, in the designer, the control appears with a mask of "00/__/____" Any thoughts? Anthony Mansfield

Davis Jebaraj [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 31, 2003 07:48 PM UTC

Hi Anthony, This issue has been fixed in a patch release after the 1.5.0.0 release Please login to the Direct-Trac support system.You will see an option "Download the latest service pack". When you select that option you will be presented with a dialog that will ask information on the current version. Select "Download Latest Private Service Pack*" from the available option buttons to download the correct Service Pack that will update your installation to 1.5.1.5. Thank you for your patience. Regards, Davis

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