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    Looks like we can't reproduce the issue or there's a problem in the test case provided.
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    Default tpl doesn't allow Date Format

    tpl doesn't allow Date Format


    Ext Designer throws an error when the tpl for a Date Column contains a formatted date. For example, if I have the following tpl for the Date Column.

    HTML Code:
    <span class="{[(new Date(values.TargetDate) < new Date() && values.StatusID == 1) ? "negative" : ""]}">{TargetDate:date(M d, Y)}</span>
    I get this error:

    Designer-DateParseBug.png

    The Designer version I'm using is - 1.2.3 Build 52.

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    Default My Bad - Missed "" in date format

    My Bad - Missed "" in date format


    Missed double quotes in the date format. Here is the correct version which worked fine.

    HTML Code:
    <span class="{[(new Date(values.TargetDate) < new Date() && values.StatusID == 1) ? "negative" : ""]}">{TargetDate:date("M d, Y")}</span>
    Sorry!