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    Hi,
    are you using the datejs framework??

    I had also Dates where I got a "RangeError"! In my case it was my fault, because I inculded unintended the datejs library twice! (It is also a problem if you include core.js and date.js!!)

    Just a suggestion....

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    Hi @hlurger,

    No, I don't think ExtJS or I use Datejs.

    But, anyway, thank you for the feedback.


    Did you mean this Datejs?
    http://www.datejs.com/
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