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Commits on Jul 27, 2015
  1. @hermansje

    chore(modal): remove double attribute check

    hermansje authored committed
  2. @wyzellak

    A minor update in docs for Select, fixes #1798.

    wyzellak authored committed
  3. @ckniffen

    (datepicker): fix for IE 10 rendering of datepicker month selection m…

    ckniffen authored committed
    Switched rending of week labels to use `ng-if` instead of `ng-show` because IE 10 was incorrectly factoring in the hidden table row when calculating `table-layout: fixed`
    Fixes #1801
  4. @lookfirst

    docs: affix requires debounce to be loaded

    lookfirst authored committed
Commits on Jul 19, 2015
  1. chore(npm): update devDeps

  2. @hermansje

    fix(datepicker, timepicker): respect readonly and disabled attributes…

    hermansje authored committed
    … (fixes #946)
Commits on Jul 14, 2015
  1. fix(timepicker): arrows click are busted when arrow-behavior is picke…

    Damien Saillard authored committed
    …r and ng-model is empty
  2. docs(typeahead): revert docs

Commits on Jul 13, 2015
  1. Revert "fix(parseOptions): properly catch new angular 1.4 'notarray' …

    …error (fixes #1567, closes #1711, fixes #1728)"
    This reverts commit d5e1519.
Commits on Jul 12, 2015
  1. chore(dateParser): fix style

  2. @jeremy-compeat

    feat(date-parser): change parsing of 'y' format option to support par…

    jeremy-compeat authored committed
    …sing of 2 and 4 year
    declarations with the same format
    I am trying to support the ability to type in either a date with two or four digits for the year in
     a date. This is possible by setting the 'y' format for the year. However, inputting a two digit
    date with the 'y' format produces a date from 20th century instead of the 21st. The change
    suggested would take any two digit year below or equal to fifty and return the 21st century
    equivalent. e.g. inputting a year of 15 now produces 2015 instead of 1915.
    This change will cause anyone relying on the behavior of the 'y' format to produce 1915 from an
    input of 14 to break as it would now produce 2015.
  3. @Icidis

    docs(datepicker): null timezone explanation

    Icidis authored committed
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