• DeeKay (unregistered)

    I'm the zeroeth commenter.

  • Roby McAndrew (unregistered)

    The Date picker I can forgive. Sometimes I'm thinking about 31st March say, so I do the day first. At this point it's irritating if the widget says "you can't choose 31 yet, the month has defaulted to Feb". As long as it's consistent in the end.

  • dusoft (unregistered)

    Uff, what a retro way to get a PIN reminder messaging your bank. I can just go to a banking app and display the PIN, if I need to.

  • Argle (unregistered)

    I don't like February 29. My date pickers use March 0.

  • I have to know! (unregistered)

    What? What does the Scottish Nation encourage us to OVER use? I want to start over using it NOW!

  • (nodebb) in reply to Roby McAndrew

    I would think that when it tries to build the date from those values and the built-in date system rejects it, give an error message along the lines of "We're sorry, but the date you entered is invalid. Please again.", or maybe a more direct "Hey dunderhead! There are that many days in the that month!"

        Newdate = New Date(YearValue, MonthValue, DayValue)
        Message.Text = ""
    catch (ex as ArgumentOutOfRangeException)
        Message.Text = "The entered date is not valid.  Please try again."
    end try

    Then check if Message.Text is populated with the error message or not.

    Addendum 2024-03-16 08:05: Oops, my "direct" error message was supposed to have a "not" in it.

  • Chris (unregistered)

    PIN reminder? And you need to send a message using a contact form? That seems completely backwards. This should be a feature of the app, and it should allow you to set a new PIN instead of getting reminded.

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