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    GXT 3.0.X DatePicker not propertly displaying min / max range when month is changed


    When setting a min or max date on the DatePicker the date range is initially shown correctly with the disabled date cells. Changing months back and forth leaves everything disabled however.

    Code:
        public void onModuleLoad ()
        {
            Date today = new Date();
    
            Date min = new Date();
            min.setDate(today.getDate() - 1);
    
            Date max = new Date();
            max.setDate(today.getDate() + 1);
    
            DatePicker dp = new DatePicker();
            dp.setMinDate(min);
            dp.setMaxDate(max);
            dp.setValue(today);
    
    
            RootPanel.get().add(dp);
        }

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    3.0.x is slightly vague - that leaves 6 possible options for versions, or are you saying it is broken in all 3.0.0-3.0.4?

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    Version 3.0.1 had the issue but it seems to have been fixed with version 3.0.4.

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    it can be fixed by changing this function in the DatePicker

    Code:
    private void setCellStyle(Element cell, Date d, long sel, long min, long max) {
            long t = d.getTime();
    
            DateWrapper w = new DateWrapper(d);
            int year = w.getFullYear();
            int month = w.getMonth();
            int day = w.getDate();
    
            String dd = year + "," + month + "," + day;
    
            cell.getFirstChildElement().setPropertyString("dateValue", dd);
    
            appearance.onUpdateDateStyle(cell, DateState.TODAY, t == today);
            appearance.onUpdateDateStyle(cell, DateState.SELECTED, t == sel);
    
            if (t > max || t < min) {
                appearance.onUpdateDateStyle(cell, DateState.DISABLED, true);
                if (t > max) {
                    cell.setTitle(messages.maxText());
                } else {
                    cell.setTitle(messages.minText());
                }
            } else {
                appearance.onUpdateDateStyle(cell, DateState.DISABLED, false);
                cell.setTitle("");
            }
        }

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