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Selecting dates before year 2002 - anomajaya - Oct 4th, 2012

Hi,

I'm a new user. I installed the latest version of Form Tool and created a form. It has a field called "Date of Birth". For that I selected a "Date" type field type. Once I tried to enter test data, the calendar showed me only up to year 2002. I know there should be a way to select a date in 1975 in Form Tool, but I could not find the way to do it. ( This may be a very stupid question, Please pardon me.)

Could anyone please tell me how to select a date in year 1975 using that calendar?

Thank you

Anomajaya


RE: Selecting dates before year 2002 - johnbleck2 - Jul 15th, 2013

I posted this in the general discussion area, but I though it would be worth while to post it here as well even though the post is from 2012
Better late than never ey?

For my purpose, I was able to modify the formtools/mysite/themes/default/scripts/jquery-ui-1.8.6.custom.min.js

Looking at the jquery documentation for this widget, I was able to modify the default range for the year pulldown.
Default is yearRange:"c-10:c+10"
I changed it to yearRange:"c-100:c"

If dealing with birth dates, I would suggest c-125:c since we continue to live longer. I think the oldest individual is 120? Anyway, this solves my problem. Just wanted people to know what to modify for increasing the year range in the calendar.

One final note: Avoid using a negative number after the : for this variable. The Max expects to be at least the current date, if you use a negative year for the max, the calendar comes up with bad data.


RE: Selecting dates before year 2002 - grahame - May 8th, 2014

Hi

Not sure if you are still on here but thanks for posting this... I've used it once or twice already!