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Wed, Feb 1 2017 5:06 AMPermanent Link

Chris Holland

SEC Solutions Ltd.

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I get the incorrect date error as well says 8/29/2017 is invalid.

Chris Holland
[Team Elevate]

On 31/01/2017 14:57, Uli Becker wrote:
> Error at runtime when a TCalendar (or TDateEditComboBox) control is used:
>
> Persistent load error (Persistent load error (Invalid date (1/30/2017)))
> line xxx
>
> Designtime works fine.
Wed, Feb 1 2017 5:11 AMPermanent Link

Chris Holland

SEC Solutions Ltd.

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This appears to be the default value set for the Date that it doesn't
like. I can change it at runtime no problem.

If I change the default date to be something like 1/1/2017 it all works
correctly. Hopefully this will get you going again Uli.Smiley

Chris Holland
[Team Elevate]

On 01/02/2017 10:06, Chris Holland wrote:
> I get the incorrect date error as well says 8/29/2017 is invalid.
>
> Chris Holland
> [Team Elevate]
>
> On 31/01/2017 14:57, Uli Becker wrote:
>> Error at runtime when a TCalendar (or TDateEditComboBox) control is used:
>>
>> Persistent load error (Persistent load error (Invalid date (1/30/2017)))
>> line xxx
>>
>> Designtime works fine.
Wed, Feb 1 2017 5:50 AMPermanent Link

Uli Becker

Chris,

> If I change the default date to be something like 1/1/2017 it all works
> correctly. Hopefully this will get you going again Uli.Smiley

Thanks. Smile
I didn't investigate that further - need much time to adjust all my
custom interfaces. Tried to "merge" them with BeyondCompare, but there
were to many hassles and errors. Thus I prefered to recreate them.

Uli
Wed, Feb 1 2017 6:05 AMPermanent Link

Uli Becker

BTW: if I change the "text" property to '1/1/2017', it switches to
'12/31/2016' and I get the same error.

Uli
Wed, Feb 1 2017 7:12 AMPermanent Link

Raul

Globestar Systems

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On 1/31/2017 9:57 AM, Uli Becker wrote:
> Error at runtime when a TCalendar (or TDateEditComboBox) control is used:
>
> Persistent load error (Persistent load error (Invalid date (1/30/2017)))
> line xxx
>
> Designtime works fine.


Can't duplicate it here - setting it design or runtime to various dates
seems to work for me.

Are you using default FormatSettings values or have you modified them
(DateSeparator, ShortDateFormat are used by TDateEditComboBox) ?

And what are those values (i.e.  FormatSettings.ShortDateFormat ) at
runtime ?

Raul
Wed, Feb 1 2017 8:44 AMPermanent Link

Uli Becker

Raul,

> Can't duplicate it here - setting it design or runtime to various dates
> seems to work for me.

No custom FormatSettings - I checked that first.

Fresh project - just a form and a TCalendar control. After the initial
error message everything works fine.

Uli
Wed, Feb 1 2017 11:22 AMPermanent Link

Matthew Jones

Walter Matte wrote:

> TLabel - If you have both an OnClick and OnDblClick events - only the OnClick Event Fires

I think I shall hold off for Beta 2 before installing. Down in deadline weeds right now, and I need it to be a little further on before I can pick it up. Doesn't sound like there is a lot of issues though.

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Matthew Jones
Wed, Feb 1 2017 11:42 AMPermanent Link

Raul

Globestar Systems

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On 1/31/2017 7:53 AM, Walter Matte wrote:
> TLabel - If you have both an OnClick and OnDblClick events - only the OnClick Event Fires

Not seeing it exactly like this here - i see click firing twice and then
double click firing (just logging it to multilineedit)

So both do fire in my case when both are defined.

Raul
Wed, Feb 1 2017 8:37 PMPermanent Link

StewCam

I can't seem to change the colour of TMenu from the default gray. The setting for Background...Fill...Color does not change the colour.
Thu, Feb 2 2017 2:43 AMPermanent Link

Uli Becker

> I can't seem to change the colour of TMenu from the default gray. The setting for Background...Fill...Color does not change the colour.

In 2.05 TMenu didn't have a published property "Background". If you
wanted to change the color you had to change the TMenu interface.

The TMenu interface has two elements: Base and Client. While the
Base.Background.Fill.Color is always clTransparent, the
Client.Background.Fill.Color is clElevateLightGray by default.

If the property is published now intentionally, it may be a bug, since
Background.Fill.Color of TMenu seems to refer to the Base element.

You can change the interface anyway.

Uli
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