Forbid typing a date earlier or later than a date if SelectableDateStart/SelectableDateEnd are set. Can be achieved by custom parsing. Available in the 2016 Q1 Release: Implemented IsInputRestrictedToSelectableDates property in order to allow only selecting dates by input in the selectable range (when SelectableDateStart/SelectableDateEnd/BlackoutDates are used).
Added TodayButtonVisibility and TodayButtonContent properties for showing/hiding a button that selects current date and time - available in the 2016 Q1 Release.
Create property that allows to open the dropdown on focus or change the implementation of the control so this can be achieved by code.
Implement two-digit year parsing referred as €œThe 2029 Rule€ in the control like the parsing in Excel. Examples: In Excel: typing 1/1/70 returns 1/1/1970 In RadDatePicker: typing 1/1/70 returns 1/1/2070 For more information use the description at this link
When you set, for example, DisplayDateStart to 1/1/2011, DisplayDateEnd to 1/1/2012 and DateSelectionMode to Year, the RadDateTimePicker displays 2010 too. You can interact with the years within the range but not with the additional one. The way to avoid this activity is to set DisplayDateStart to 2/1/2011 (according to the given example) but the day corresponding to the 1/1/2011 will not be included.
RadDateTimePicker cannot parse datetime string when Windows date format is set to "Chinese (Traditional, Taiwan)".
This is an issue with both a binding and a hard-set value
RadDateTimePicker ControlTemplate: PopupPlacementTarget in RadDropDownButton is not respected when FlowDirection of RadDateTimePicker is RTL. PopupWrapper issue.
For example if you have 12:00 selected and input 15:03 in the WatermarkTextbox- 12:00 item of the Clock is still selected
If the InputMode of the DateTimePicker is set to TimePicker the DateTimeWatermarkContent states €œEnter Date€ and it should state €œEnter Time€.
There should be a property like StringFormat, which can be set to something like "dd.MM". This is really common way across all wpf controls, and it's frustrating that currently it can be done only using code-behind. It's not MVVM friendly at all.
When FlowDirection is RTL, navigating in Calendar and Clock is inverted- pressing left arrow moves the selection to the right and vice versa.
Currenly if you update the Value it will update the text as well preventing further digits to be entered in a meaningful way.
When StartTime = EndTime all hours are visable (12 am - 11pm) Workaround: Select EndTime in one hour interval from StartTime (10:00 - >10:01). In this situation only 10:00 will be visible
When set DateSelectionMode="Month" and SelectionMode="CenturyView", the calendar in the dropdown starts from YearView instead of CenturyView