Can you please help on below issue
By clicking on Backspace on the end of date value(09/08/2018), control is moved to another place(control is moved to first 0 instead of 1)
Issue with second Datepicker from the below sample
Thanks in advance
Unable to edit date properly, when date is selected from the Kendo UI date picker.
Below are steps to reproduce
#1: Select date from the date picker
#2: Click on backspace in date field(place cursor end of Date 08/06/2018 place cursor next to 8) then Control is moved to another place, it supposed to be at 1
Provided below is the dojo for checking
Don't have issue in older versions in Kendo UI 2017 R1 and lower versions,
found the issue from the version Kendo UI 2017 R2 and above
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Optionally allow for the disabling of Daylight Savings time detection when using the DateTime picker, or to set the TimeZone for the picker manually.
Parsing of the users Input (defined by ParseFormats) is stopping, as soon as min date is set. This happens if the date,evaluated by the parsing, is outside the min/max range. I would suggest, that parsing takes the min/max boundaries into account.
The editors do support inline footer's but you can't use an external footer template yet. Example template: <script type="text/template" id="datepicker-footer-template"> "Today: #:kendo.toString(data, 'yyyy-MM-dd')#, Week: #:kendo.recurrence.weekInYear(data,kendo.culture().calendar.firstDay)#" </script> Suggestion to add a footer-template configuration option like this: <input name="Date" data-role="datepicker" data-bind="value: Date" data-format="yyyy-MM-dd" data-week-number="true" data-footer-template="datepicker-footer-template"/> Jan
if we set min value just for validation for new entry...then if user retrieve old record from database which document date is before the minimum date it displays empty. so there should be read only dates available. thanks
An alternate header with Month and Year Dropdowns would be helpful on the DatePicker
Provide properties to set min/max time of the DateTimePicker, e.g always shows from 8AM to 5PM of everyday.
Please take a look at https://github.com/dangrossman/bootstrap-daterangepicker It would be nice to have similar option in DatePicker - to choose range of days.
I noticed that the time picker would not parse a 3 or 4 digit time w/ am/pm (that doesn't have a ":" separator) even though there wouldn't be any ambiguity based on the parseFormat array. I was told that the picker doesn't officially support any time parsing that doesn't contain a colon and if some work without a colon it is by chance. This vote would be for more thorough format parsing on the picker controls. The ones I specifically noticed were failures to parse "hmmt", "hmmtt". See this ticket for more info and a dojo example. https://www.telerik.com/account/support-tickets/view-ticket?threadid=1164654
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