Thank you for your feedback. Indeed, this page is to track a feature that will let you do just that - decide which times to show in the spinners (instead of all of them). The discussion on the design we had with Al does not change that.
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Posted on:06 May 2020 20:37
I'm new to this conversation and to Telerik and Blazor for that matter. I think the wheel design for the control is fine, I'd just like to be able to preset the list that is in the wheel controls for each component (Hour, Minute, Second). If minute wheel could expose it's list of values then you could populate it for the specialized purpose 15 minute increments or 20 minute increments. This would prevent the user from having to scroll through 45 values instead of 3 (00,15,30,45) and prevents having to wait for the validation routine to possibly reject the time entry when not at a required interval. My application has reason to set the hours or seconds list as well for possibly 2 hour intervals or 3 hour intervals. Would be a nice feature.
Posted on:17 Mar 2020 09:22
I am sorry that you do not like the current design that we use. We chose it because it provides a more modern look and feel for your apps, while it also reduces the work the user needs to do - if they only want to change the minutes, the need to change only the minutes scroller, instead of wading through all the hours until they get to the current one. We believe this to be an improvement over previous designs.
Controlling how many items each scroller will have can, indeed, be useful, especially for the minutes and seconds that have many items, and this is what this feature will bring.
UI for Blazor
Posted on:16 Mar 2020 20:01
From a previous post to emphasize the size of this issue is for me:
"I’m getting very negative feedback to the usability of the Blazor datetime control versus the Razor control. Please hear that loud and clear. Your controls usually make me look good, this one does not."
Not only is this control a large step backward in usability, the one thing that is being considered to lesson the impact is not even planned to implement. This is a very negative mark on me and Telerik. Please reconsider the importance of this item.