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Calendar ignores IsTodayHighlighted property #2332

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bradley-dotnet opened this Issue Jan 30, 2016 · 5 comments

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bradley-dotnet commented Jan 30, 2016

In version 1.2.4 (released) regardless of setting IsTodayHighlighted, today is highlighted. This makes it impossible to determine if it is currently selected. This code:

<Calendar SelectionMode="MultipleRange" DisplayDateStart="{x:Static sys:DateTime.Now}" 
                      IsTodayHighlighted="False"/>

will reproduce the issue. Under my color scheme (done using overrides) it looks like this:
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Both the 29th and the 30th are selected, but it looks like only the 30th is. I have yet to find a way to override this behavior. (I tried setting AccentColorBrush to Transparent, but because selection uses this brush as well, it breaks when selecting any dates).

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@bradley-dotnet It's now better to see today as selected

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@bradley-dotnet It's now better to see today as selected

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@punker76 That's great! It still looks like the code ignores the IsTodayHighlighted property though. Granted, this solves the "breakingness" of my original problem :)

bradley-dotnet commented Mar 27, 2016

@punker76 That's great! It still looks like the code ignores the IsTodayHighlighted property though. Granted, this solves the "breakingness" of my original problem :)

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@bradley-dotnet I'll look for the IsTodayHighlighted problem too

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punker76 commented Mar 27, 2016

@bradley-dotnet I'll look for the IsTodayHighlighted problem too

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Thanks, I'll post my workaround/solution tomorrow sometime in case it helps :)

bradley-dotnet commented Mar 27, 2016

Thanks, I'll post my workaround/solution tomorrow sometime in case it helps :)

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@bradley-dotnet It's late, but never too late :-D This is fixed now and available in 1.5.0 (and pre-release)

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punker76 commented Apr 6, 2017

@bradley-dotnet It's late, but never too late :-D This is fixed now and available in 1.5.0 (and pre-release)

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