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I'm looking for a Delphi Calender Control. Where to find ?
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by:ZifNab
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What do you mean with Calendar Control?
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Just an ordinary popup calendar or a component which changes windows date?
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just a ordinary popup, but something better than the "standard" Delphi calender control ....(navigation throughout year and month, etc.)
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If what you want it's a VCL object, you have one under Win32 Tab, TDateTimePicker (Delphi 3).

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Hi jvh,

There are a lot good ones on the market (freeware market), I can recommend you these, I work with these and I find them great. They also work on every delphi version. :

Component library (date, time, calculator popups, ..., dbaware & non-dbaware) of Peter van Lonkhuyzen.

http://home.global.co.za/~peterv/comps.htm

Component library : RxLibrary (50 great freeware components of russian authors).

http://rx.demo.ru


Have fun,
c.u. ZifNab!
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There is also a component available at:

http://www.teleport.com/~ol/swfw/sw2.shtml

called CALPNL.ZIP that you might be interested in.

  Steven.
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StevenB,
 It seems you've searched for some date components, have you seen somewhere a calendar component which only alows to choose a date which is available in a table. Or have you got a source which is easy to change to such a component?

Zif.
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by:StevenB
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ZifNab,

  Sorry, I never got back to you on this. :o)

  I believe the answer should have been: No.

  Regards,
  Steven.
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