[ANN] DatePicker for LiveCode
alex at tweedly.net
Fri Aug 17 09:23:16 CDT 2012
What sort of timepicker is needed ? A good one, of course :-) (like
DatePicker is :-)
1. HH:MM:SS vs just HH:MM
2. 12-hr vs 24-hr (and in 12-hr mode, labels for "a.m." & "p.m." in
3. Single time vs start+finish vs start+duration
4. constraints on time(s) - e.g. not before 9am, start before 4:30,
finish before 5:00)
5. increment in 1, 5, 10, 15 etc. minutes
6. rollover rather than list (i.e. minutes goes 58, 59, back to 00, 01 ...)
7. take scroll input when within HH or MM or SS (e.g. two-finger touch
on Mac, etc.)
8. highlighted bar within a "roller" (e.g. time on iOS calendar)
9. well, I'm sure there are more .... :-)
At least the first 6 here are good, reasonable ideas - the last few may
be straining a bit, or too specialized, etc.
On 16/08/2012 18:28, FlexibleLearning wrote:
> What sort of timepicker is needed? I'd have thought it quite straightforward
> using 3 option menus to specify a single time in HH:MM:SS ... unless you
> have other ideas?
> Hugh Senior
> Alex wrote:
> DatePicker looks very nice; I plan to start using it soon (I'm working
> on an application that uses dates, and have dropped my own calendar
> stack and I am re-designing the application to take advantage of the
> better features of DatePicker :-)
> Any chance there will be a TimePicker coming soon ?
> -- Alex.
> On 16/08/2012 07:49, FlexibleLearning wrote:
>> Certainly you can. In addition to the 7 built-in 'standard' formats, you
>> define your own 'custom' date format as an arbitrary 8th format including
>> any literal text if you wish for all chosen dates. The built-in sql format
>> is yyyy-mm-dd.
>> Hugh Senior
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