jQuery UI Widgets Forums Editors DateTimeInput formatString with culture

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  • formatString with culture #84072

    tinywolf
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    $("#jqxDateTimeInput").jqxDateTimeInput(
      {
        culture: 'ko-KR',
        dayNameFormat: 'shortest',
        formatString: Globalize.cultures['ko-KR'].calendars.standard.patterns.d
      }
    );

    Is this right?

    formatString with culture #84093

    Hristo
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    Hello tinywolf,

    It looks ok. If you have any other question feel free to ask.

    Best Regards,
    Hristo Hristov

    jQWidgets team
    http://www.jqwidgets.com

    formatString with culture #105352

    EP
    Participant

    Hello Hristo, hello qwigets-team
    again a question ore two related to culture-specific formats.
    To the (Date) “one-character-fomats”, still missing a “short-date short-time” pattern
    I know I can define the patterns individually, but the “one-character-fomats” do have the advantage to work automatically on culture-selection without further action.
    I tried to $extend Globalize.cultures[‘xxx’].calendars.standard.patterns, for example by standard.patterns.e, this works using the property-name, but not using the one character “e” (“$e”) notation. Although I could use property-name, the one character is (very) advantageous
    If I look in globalize.js it seems to be considered somehow:

    expandFormat = function( cal, format ) {
    ...
    // %X escape format -- intended as a custom format string that is only one character, not a built-in format.

    but I can’t get it work

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