SWT.DROP_DOWN style has no effect on DateTime widget
johnnykinsey at comcast.net
Thu Feb 13 14:56:36 PST 2014
On Thursday, 13 February 2014 at 18:51:38 UTC, Jacob Carlborg
> On 2014-02-13 17:20, JohnnyK wrote:
>> Under Windows 7 64bit Enterprise the SWT.DROP_DOWN style has
>> no effect
>> on the DateTime widget. The widget does not show the date in
>> a combo
>> box with a dropdown button. It shows in the default with the
>> spin buttons that are found on the Spin widget.
>> Below is a slightly modified version of Snippet250 to test out
>> this issue.
>> I have tried it with and without the border even tried it with
>> SWT.DROP_DOWN style and that did not work either. This is not
>> critical issue I just wanted to bring it to someones
>> attention. I am
>> not sure what version of SWT DWT is based on these days so I
>> don't know
>> what version of DWT I have. I just downloaded a fresh copy of
>> DWT a
>> couple of weeks ago.
>> I am using dmd v2.064 and rdmd build 20131011
>> I compiled the code above with the following line from my
>> install of dwt
>> rdmd build swtsnippets[Snippet250]
> Please report an issue with the test case included to:
> DWT is based on SWT 3.4. The exact version can be seen here:
Sorry I have no idea how to use GitHub. At the link you provided
above what do I do to report this issue.
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