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In SQL window, date selector defaults to December 1899, shown on white background in dark mode
#62914 01/30/22 09:56 AM
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I am editing a table in the SQL window, which has a date column which is currently null. I press the three dots to open the date selector. The date defaults to December 1899 (!). I can press Today to get today's date, but then I have to open the date selector again e.g. to set a time.

In version 14, the date selector defaulted to today's date when the date was empty. A little more usefull in everyday work smile

Also, in dark mode, the background for the date selector is white, which makes the text hard to read. Please fix this.

The keyboard shortcut Alt-Down opens the date selector in version 14, in version 15 this does work anymore (probably because the symbol has changed from a dropdown arrow to three dots). Please also fix this.

Re: In SQL window, date selector defaults to December 1899, shown on white background in dark mode
Claus Pedersen #62934 01/31/22 10:21 AM
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Re: In SQL window, date selector defaults to December 1899, shown on white background in dark mode
Claus Pedersen #63137 02/07/22 03:22 PM
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Partly solved in beta 2, the default date is todays date and the colours seem to be correct.
But I would still like the ellipsis icon (three dots) to be replaced back to the existing drop-down icon from version 14 (so I can enter a date by using only the keyboard and pressing Alt-Down).

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Claus Pedersen #63146 02/07/22 03:41 PM
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