[ANN] DatePicker update

Andrew Kluthe andrew at ctech.me
Sat Aug 25 13:20:37 EDT 2012

Really lovely. Very worth it.

Thanks Hugh,


On Sat, Aug 25, 2012 at 2:06 AM, FlexibleLearning
<admin at flexiblelearning.com> wrote:
> Now available at:
> http://www.flexiblelearning.com/datepicker
> http://www.runrev.com/store/product/datepicker-for-livecode/
> Update
> 25 August 2012
> The DatePicker popup can now be optionally opened as a modal for situations
> where you need a blocking display, or when you want to use the popup from a
> modal window.
> About...
> DatePicker for LiveCode is a cross-platform plug-in library solution for Mac
> OS, Linux and Windows, designed to handle date selection and validation as
> well as webpage calendars in your own work. Single, multiple or date ranges,
> disabled days and dates, memos, calendar limits, even early-date historal
> accuracy are all supported. Best of all you can give it virtually any human
> readable date and it will understand what you mean. Dates are returned in 7
> standard formats, and you can define your own custom date format if you need
> to.
> Because it is non-blocking, work-flow is uninterrupted and all your other
> controls remain accessible. And thanks to the range of callbacks, your app
> can interact with palette events and user actions as they happen. It
> automatically displays in the local language, 2 popup styles are available
> and I think it pretty much covers everything you could want.
> It comes with DatePicker Utility, a point and click palette that uses
> DatePicker to create ad-hoc popups along with the required syntax for you.
> If you use 'ChartMaker for LiveCode', the syntax is handled in the same
> flexible and straightforward way, default settings are applied if you omit
> anything or if it cannot understand, and it will always try to correctly
> interpret the data you supply.
> Easy-access documentation is full of How To's and help along with the
> complete syntax guide and examples for everything. And there is an unlocked
> Playground stack with sample implementations for you to hack into,
> investigate and play with.
> DatePicker for LiveCode is an appropriate solution if you want to...
> . Offer different levels of functionality
> . Select dates using a simple 'Click On, Click Off'
> . Support a local language interface
> . Supply and obtain dates in any date format
> . Provide full control over disabled dates
> . Limit date selections between any two dates
> . Support Single, Multiple and Range date selections
> . Include dated memos for reference
> . Revert the date selection at any time
> . Show the selected dates with dropdown access
> . Respond dynamically to user actions and popup events
> . Support historical years with both Julian and Gregorian systems
> Usage...
> DatePicker is free to try for 30 days and the licence is for unlimited
> personal and commercial use.
> Requirements...
> .LiveCode version 3.5 or later, 4.5.2 or later recommended
> Hugh Senior
> FLCo
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Andrew Kluthe
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