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Time control with up/down arrows

Posted on 2007-11-25
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Hello,

I am writing a c# asp.net application and need to use a control for hours, minutes and seconds with up and down arrows to increment and decrement the values.
Is there a control for that?

Thank you
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Question by:Relegence
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by:QPR
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you could capture the onkeypress event check if it's the up/down arrow (what ever that equates to) and add/subtract from your control?
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by:Relegence
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I dont have a control for that.
I need a control that consists of a textbox and 2 image buttons and uses javascript to capture the up/down clicks.
Do you know of such a control?
If not, I'll write one myself,  but I thought to check first if there is one
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well the text box and 2 image buttons = 3 controls, I'm not sure what you mean by a control that consists of....
But you could updte the contents of the text box based on the up/down arrow keypresses. Personally I'd use (clientside code) javascript rather than server side control else the user will have to wait for postbacks each time the key is pressed.
Detecting up/down arrow keys
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Scripting/JavaScript/Q_21684508.html

Just capture this and use javascript to update the value of the textbox accordingly
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by:Relegence
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Thank you.
I've implemented such a control. I stil have a problem with addressing properties on client-side (I just posted a new question).
I am not sure whether I should close this question...
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