View Revisions: Issue #29646

Summary 0029646: TCalendar.HitTest method incorectly returns cpDate
Revision 2016-02-13 16:33 by Zoran Vučenović
Additional Information This affects the incorrect behaviour of TDateTimePicker, TDateEdit and TCalendarDialog. All those controls ask Calendar.HitTest(aPoint) in [cpDate, cpNoWhere] and, when they get cpDate, they incorrectly close the calendar when the user hasn't chosen the date.

This is reported as TDateTimePicker bug (see issue 29617), but it should be solved in TCalendar for Win32/64 widgetset, so I'm creating this bug report.
Revision 2016-02-13 16:01 by Zoran Vučenović
Additional Information This affects the incorrect behaviour of TDateTimePicker, TDateEdit and TCalendar dialog. All those controls ask Calendar.HitTest(aPoint) in [cpDate, cpNoWhere] and, when they get cpDate, they incorrectly close the calendar when the user hasn't chosen the date.

This is reported as TDateTimePicker bug (see issue 29617), but it should be solved in TCalendar for Win32/64 widgetset, so I'm creating this bug report.