If it is possible, I'd like to be able to select the hour and minute individually from the same popup/dropdown. Currently, if you set the interval to anything less than 15 mins the list becomes far too big, imo, and forcing the list to scroll isn't always the most usable way to do things, especially if that list is particularly large (intervals of 5 mins or lower). It would be really handy if the user could somehow choose the hour and minute separately before the popup/dropdown closes. This would minimise space used because you wouldn't need every instance of each hour/minute combination. You'd just need the hours displayed, and the minutes displayed.
We have just got issue with WCAG compatibility when applying for WCAG certification. The problem is that RadCalendar used for RadDatePicker has a strange behaviour when tabbing. We can't get focus to buttons (<<,<, >, >>) that are in the header of the Calendar popup. We can successively navigate contemt of the Callendar -days of the month both with Tab and arrow keys (with EnableKeyboardNavigation="true" ) , but not to header buttons. We found nearly the same problem on Telerik demo: http://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/calendar/examples/functionality/keyboardnavigation/defaultcs.aspx Please look that Calendar at the top of the page does not allow select its header buttons. But the one in popup inside RadDatePicker can tab to its header buttons. (however in strange way order is: days navigation inside Calendar1 by arrows, Tab- RadCalendar1, Tab- header of Callendar1 first button: <<)
The RadCalendar AccessKey property does not move focus to the RadCalendar control. For example, set the AccessKey="K" for the RadCalendar. <telerik:RadCalendar ID="RadCalendar1" RenderMode="Lightweight" AutoPostBack="true" AccessKey="K" EnableKeyboardNavigation="true" EnableAriaSupport="true" EnableMultiSelect="true" runat="server"></telerik:RadCalendar> However, focused is not moved to the Calendar with the AccessKey using ALT + Shift + key or ALT + key depending on the web browser. Please implement AccessKey for RadCalendar. Thank You, Carla