How can I localize date field and attached date input dialog?

asked 30 Oct '13, 15:25

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Could anybody put some hint how can I make this?

I know, in extjs 4 we have locale subdirectory with localized nls data. But in this version extjs 2.2 I don't know where are these data. Or is it doable on DB server side? How?

(04 Nov '13, 08:43) haattila

Hi Atilla, Formspider supports English and Turkish in the DatePicker component right now. We'll add additional languages.

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answered 04 Nov '13, 10:23

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Thanks!

I could add for You serbian (Latin, Cyrillic), croatian and hungarian support because a speak and write it very well.

Just send me a format and I will fill it.

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answered 04 Nov '13, 11:35

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Yalim,

when You plan to add support to other languages in DatePicker? I want to present my demo application to our customers and suggest to step forward from Oracle Forms to Fromspider.

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answered 29 Nov '13, 05:05

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Hi Atilla,

Great to hear that you are making progress with Formspider. We only commit to delivery dates for requests from professional support customers. But here is what I can say to your customers: This is a minor issue that should not effect their decision making process. We will localize the date picker to their local language (I'm guessing Serbian?) long before your application is ready.

(29 Nov '13, 08:07) Yalim Gerger ♦♦

Thanks!

It is enough for me. I will use this information on presentation.

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answered 29 Nov '13, 08:57

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