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Bubbles with dates on scheduler have static locale.

Asked by Bartosz
6 years ago.

Dear DayPilot Team,

I've spotted the potential bug in the JS version of your scheduler.
Even though I've set the scheduler locale to some other value (eg. fr-fr, as on the picture) those two bubbles which appears next to the cell I'm clicking to create new Event still contains the same pattern of dates - as shown in the picture.

Is there a way to explicitly choose the the schema of the date in the bubbles? I tried to find anything in DayPilot.Locale but it looks like there is nothing there. And if not, is there a way to prevent those frames from appearing at all?


Answer posted by Dan Letecky [DayPilot]
6 years ago.

This is a bug, indeed - it should be fixed now in the latest sandbox build (8.1.1931):

These indicators are disabled by default - you can enable them using .timeRangeSelectingStartEndEnabled property. It looks like the value is set to true in your project - just remove that setting to disable the indicators.

By the way, you can customize the text/HTML using onTimeRangeSelecting:

dp.onTimeRangeSelecting = function(args) {
  args.left.enabled = true;
  args.left.html = args.start.toString("d.M.yyyy");

  args.right.enabled = true;
  args.right.html = args.start.toString("d.M.yyyy");

You can also change the default date format directly using .timeRangeSelectingStartEndFormat (without using onTimeRangeSelecting). The default value is "MMMM d, yyyy":

dp.timeRangeSelectingStartEndFormat = "MMMM d, yyyy";
Comment posted by Bartosz
6 years ago.

Thank you for the quick responce!

But unfortunately I still have the same problem.. I tried:

  • timeRangeSelectingStartEndEnabled=false;
  • setting args.left/right.enable=false;
  • setting args.left/right.html="test / anything else";

and it still showing me the same.
I'm using v8.1.1895. Do you thing that this sandbox version might help?


Comment posted by Dan Letecky [DayPilot]
6 years ago.

Yes, you will need the sandbox build. There was yet another bug (only affecting grid cells clicks - selecting multiple cells using drag and drop worked fine) that reset the enabled and html values (ignoring the onTimeRangeSelecting adjustments).

I didn't find any problem with timeRangeSelectingStartEndEnabled - it should work.

Nevermind - could you please give it a try using the latest sandbox build (now it is 8.1.1932)?

Comment posted by Bartosz
6 years ago.

I tried with 8.1.1931 and it behaves the same either way.

But using dp.timeRangeSelectingStartEndFormat = "dd MMMM"; did the job ;)

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