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  • #99515
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    Anonymous

    Hi, is it possible to have the smart-calendar header arrows to be like the ones in the Windows 10 calendar – pointing up and down instead of left or right? Thanks in advance.

    Best regards,
    Mike

    #99517
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    Anonymous

    Hi Michael20,

    You can achieve that by simply setting the properties scrollButtonsPosition to far in order to place the buttons on the far right and scrollButtonsNavigationMode to portrait to change the animation direction. Here’s an example on how to set them as HTML attributes:
    <smart-calendar scroll-buttons-navigation-mode="portrait" scroll-buttons-position="far"></smart-calendar>

    Best Regards,
    Christopher

    Smart HTML Elements Team
    https://www.htmlelements.com

    #99828
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    Anonymous

    In the non commercial free version of this library some js files seem to be missing so that the demos don’t work.

    smart.scrollbar.js
    smart.tooltip.js

    BTW I am posting this here because there is no option to start a new discussion??!!?

    #99829
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    Keymaster

    Hi Babs,

    To start a new Topic, click on “Date & Time Pickers” and after the topics, there is a TextBox and TextArea fields to enter your Topic Title and Questions. After that click the “Submit” button.

    Regarding your question:

    The smart.core.js includes all the required files in the non-commercial version i.e smart.scrollbar.js and smart.tooltip.js are included in smart.core.js.

    For the commercial the smart.elements.js includes all the required files. The individual javascript files are provided only with the commercial package.

    Best Regards,
    Peter Stoev

    Smart HTML Elements Team
    https://www.htmlelements.com

    #99830
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    Anonymous

    Hi admin

    Thanks.

    The Demos seem to be set up for the Commercial version.
    They include src references to the individual files.

    #99831
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    Anonymous

    Hi Babs,

     

    If you visit: https://www.htmlelements.com/demos/datetimepicker/overview/, you will see that it refers to smart.elements.js. It can refer to smart.core.js. These are our demos.  They are not set up for a commercial version. They are set for any version.

    Best Regards,
    B. Markov

    Smart HTML Elements Team
    https://www.htmlelements.com

     

     

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