Hi Kendo Team,
We want to set the default time value to 11:59 PM instead of 12:00 AM when the user opens the DateTime popup Time tab. We do not want to set the actual value because we do not want to risk the user saving the page with the provided value.
The DateTimePicker allows the developer to specify the focused date of the popup Calendar, using the focusedDate option. But there is no such option setting a focused time for the time part.
I want to set the default time for DateTimePicker as below is showing 12:00 AM instead I want it to be 5:00 PM, and same time I don't want to set this binding with the form value, It should just show default time as 5:00 PM without binding:
How do I get a DateTimePicker to work in UTC.
There are workarounds:
a) Modifying the DateTime externally so that looks correct when rendered
b) Intercept the NOW and TODAY buttons so that appear to be working in UTC
However there are still problems as you state:
The only real and reliable solution is for Kendo to support UTC.
Similar to the disabledDates property, it would be great it this was available for time.
For example, I would like to disable dates before 8am, between 11am - 1pm, and after 5pm, passing a function which can be evaluated would be great.
While there is the min and max properties, they do not satisfy our requirements.
we would like a feature to reverse the Cancel and Set buttons in the DateTimePicker, so that the Set button is positioned at the left instead of at the right (see attached image).
This is mainly for consistency and local culture reasons, as Windows dialogs also do this (put the positive answer at the left).
Hello Kendo Team,
Kendo have Date range picker and time picker separately, but we need DateTimeRange picker. Kendo also have Datetime picker but we are looking to select date time with range.