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JSpinner Problem

 
Dennis Putnam
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I have the following JSpinner:

I am using this for a time duration rather than a date/time so I only care about hours and minutes. The JSpinner is doing what I want with one exception. When the spinner is displayed, I can use the arrow to increase/decrease the hours. However, I cannot use the arrows to increase/decrease the minutes. I can highlight either the hours or minutes, but with minutes highlighted, when I click an arrow, it reverts to hours and changes it instead. I can manually type the minutes but that is all. I am guessing this has something to do with the editor but I am hoping it is a simple fix rather than me needing to write my own editor. TIA.
 
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worked fine for me, hours +/- OK, minutes (when highlighted) also +/- OK (java 6, win 7)
 
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Hello,

I don't know if this is really a problem, but why you use with SimpleDateFormat the time pattern "h:m"
and with the DateEditor the time pattern "h:mm"

Can you test with :

 
Dennis Putnam
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Michael Dunn wrote:worked fine for me, hours +/- OK, minutes (when highlighted) also +/- OK (java 6, win 7)

This is bizarre. Now it works for me too? There was a Win 7 update that required a reboot but that is the only "event" I know about and none of the updates had anything to do with Java. Perhaps just the reboot did something. Sorry for the bother.
 
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