B4J Question AnotherDatePicker library is correct?

Theera

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Today is Tuesday.But it show today is Monday. It's about locale() ,isn't it?
 

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Theera

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It is a mistake not to use the latest version which is B4XDateTemplate + B4XDialog.

Why have you set the year to 2563 in the code?
I'm budhist . Thai people use B.E.Year (not use C.E.Year). MS Visual basic6.0 have this property for helping Thai delvelopler. I think B4A,B4J and B4i should be alike as VB6.0. B4A,B4Jand B4i should be easy tools for everyone ,not only for the programming experts.
 
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Harris

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not only for the programming experts.
I dont think anyone of us consider ourselves as experts. We figure things out... Here inlies your challenage, with some help.
 
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I have just to know MS Windows in Thailand is not like others. Please see my pictures.
 

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Theera

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Hi Erel,
Is there way to make a new function DateTime.DateParse("02/23/2007")? It see 2007 as C.E.Year. My windows see 2007 as B.E.Year ,and change 2007 to be 1464 automatic.
 
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udg

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Correct me if I'm wrong, you need an ADP version (or better B4xDateTemplate) which shows 28.04.2563 as Tuesday and not Monday, right?
Internally it should "convert" between 2020 and 2563 or simply cheat, showing 2563 but "reasoning" using 2020 instead..
In other words, your special copy will read and manage 28.04.2020 but will show 28.04.2563; so for the input/output.
 
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Theera

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Correct me if I'm wrong, you need an ADP version (or better B4xDateTemplate) which shows 28.04.2563 as Tuesday and not Monday, right?
Internally it should "convert" between 2020 and 2563 or simply cheat, showing 2563 but "reasoning" using 2020 instead..
In other words, your special copy will read and manage 28.04.2020 but will show 28.04.2563; so for the input/output.
I see my problem. It's about region format in Windows OS setting. Is there DateTime.RegionFormat(B.E.Year/C.E.Year)?
 

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