Set the format:
dateTimePicker1.Format = DateTimePickerFormat.Custom;
dateTimePicker1.CustomFormat = "dd/MM/yyyy";
Enter 18 in the yaer part, the year should be set to 2018, the year should be cleared when starting to type as well.
To reproduce: this.radDateTimePicker1.DateTimePickerElement.TextBoxElement.MaskType = MaskType.FreeFormDateTime; And try pasting a date, or some free text.
The new functionality should prevent duplicates to be added as tokens in the editor. An already selected item should not be visible in the popup as well. The attached 1148813-AutocompleteDuplicates.zip project features a possible custom solution.
The Free Form Date Time Parsing of a RadTimePicker is not able to recognize "hhmm" as an legit value (ex. 1030 for half pas ten). This improvement could be nice, as it is a common way to write an time. It is working in Outlook Appointement Form.
Workaround: use simple data binding with the editor and its Text property this.radCalculatorDropDown1.CalculatorElement.EditorContentElement.TextBoxItem.DataBindings.Add("Text", testObject, "TestValue", false, DataSourceUpdateMode.OnPropertyChanged);
Note: when you open the spell check dialog and it iterates through the words, it does not highlight (select) the word in the linked RadTextBoxControl/RadTextBox, like it does in the Word's spell checker.
One should be able to move to the next/previous word with Ctrl + right/left
The RadTokenizedTextItem should reference the data items as well.
One should be able to disable the saving of the custom colors. In addition one should be able to override the color dialog FormClosing method.
RadTextBox should indicate ReadOnly state
When the IP is set like this: this.radMaskedEditBox1.Value = "18.104.22.168"; the value in the box is not correct: 822.214.171.124 In addition the user should be able to insert digits not just replace them.