6.5:Added Hi-DPI support on Linux systems.Added GTK3 support on Linux systems.
6.0:Added Windows Hi-DPI IDE design mode support.Did some fixes in Hi-DPI runtime mode.
5.8:Did Windows changes for Xojo 2016r4 compatibility.Greatly improved drawing on all Linux systems including Raspberry PI.
5.7:Added support for HiDPI on Windows systems.Boundaries of the control in IDE design mode now better reflect the actual size of the control as it will look like when you run it on Windows systems.Added HiDPI and Retina toolbar icons for design mode with Xojo 2016 and later.
5.6:Slowed the initial spin right after click on the up/down arrows, on Mac and Linux systems.Changed compiler on Linux 32 bit to Clang.Changed compiler on Linux 64 bit to Clang.Changed the compiler on Linux ARM 32 bit to Clang.
5.5:Added 64 bit compile support for Mac targets.Added 64 bit compile support for Windows targets.Added 64 bit compile support for Linux target.Added ARM compile support for Linux target.Changed the compile architecture and cleaned out obsolete API's for no longer supported Windows versions such as Win95 and 98 on Windows systems
5.0.2:Did a change in API's on MacOS X to support comming versions of Xojo and changes in Mac OS X.Plugin segments come code signed on MacOS X systems.Documentation now also ships as docset for the awesome Dash viewer from http://kapeli.com/dash.
5.0:Now also ships with a Xojo plugin. The Xojo plugin comes in the new Xojo format and is compiled with newer SDK, and includes Cocoa design time mode.
4.3.3:Fixed a crash issue in Cocoa target under Real Studio 2012.
4.3.2:Added Real Studio 2012 support (r1.1 or later needed).Changed Linking so that the DateControl could work with modern Linux distros like Ubuntu 12.04 for example when used with Real Studio 2012 or later.
4.2.2:Fixed issue with Chinese AM/PM representation on MacOS Carbon and Cocoa as well as possibly Linux and Windows and possibly other Asian languages.
4.2:User can now travel between fields in the control by pressing same key as is set as time separator in the control at any given time.
4.1:Changed entry point loading to support REALbasic 2010r5 and later.
4.0:Added Cocoa compile support (REALbasic 2010r3.1 or later needed for using Cocoa)
3.8.2Fixed Windows Focus issues.Improved Windows key handling.
3.8:Made adjustments so that font sizes work correctly with REALbasic 2009r4.MacFontSize, WinFontSize and LinuxFontSize properties now have the type Single instead of Integer.Added a WinTextUnit property.Added a LinuxTextUnit property.Windows fonts can now be nailed down to normal size pixels.
3.7:Made fonts look correct on Windows Vista systems.Using FontName = System and FontSize = 0 on Windows systems now calls for default system font for the given system.
3.6:Fixed a problem with PowerPC build on REALbasic 2008r5.Plugin is now linked against and dependent on libstdc++6 instead of libstdc++5 on Linux systems.
3.5:Added support for MacOS X Universal Build.
3.2:Some tweaks were done to add support for REALbasic 2006.
3.1.2:Fixed a crash problem when a project using TimeControl was cross compiled using MacOS IDE to target Windows systems.
3.1:Added Linux compile support.Added support for the REALbasic Linux IDE.Added a LinuxTextFont property.Added a LinuxTextSize property.Added a LinuxFontBold property.Unused KeyDown such as for example Enter and Escape events are now passed to the parent window.Font properties are now more responsive when they are set in the IDE design mode.Fixed a small Keystroke filtering bug.
3.0:The control no longer uses the old and very little supported Apple TimePicker which has caused a number of problems and limitations in the past.Added a TimeFormat property which has a setting for Automatic and 24 hour mode.The control now draws it self perfectly when in the REALbasic 2005 design mode. (This was not possible with the Apple control).Fixed a problem on MacOS with the ShowSeconds property.Fixed a problem with focus on Floating Windows on MacOS systems.
2.5.4:Fixed a problem on MacOS X where actual value of the control did not get updated when holding down arrow keys.
2.5:Added REALbasic 2005 support.Added a MacMouseDown event.Improved the documentation.
2.0.2:Fixed a problem in the new TimeValue property where Hour field was getting its value from WeekOfYear causing all sorts of problems.The Mach-O targets were re-linked without flat namespace to enable multiple Mach-O plugins to run in the same project.The plugin now comes with high quality HTML documentation instead of RB Plugin Plunger documentation.
2.0:Added support for REALbasic 5.5.Added support for Composite Windows.Added Mach-O compile support. (A REALbasic 5.5.2 and later feature)Added a TimeValue as Date property.
1.5:Adjusted the control to work on Panther.Discovered a huge embedding flaw in REALbasic and did counter measures to avoid them, this will solve a lot of long-standing issues when a DateControl is placed on top of a TabPanel control.The Control now also comes with a plugin for the REALbasic Windows IDE.
1.3.3:Fixed a problem with time setters when compiling for Windows systems.
Did some more REALbasic 5.x adjustments
1.3.1:Fixed a problem that was born with the RB 5 fix, where all Win32 Apps compiled with RB 4.x would fail and all Win32 Apps compiled with RB 5 would fail on Win 98.
1.3:Made changes in the Win32 code to support the new Unicode based Window system in REALbasic 5.0 compiled Win32 apps.Fixed a problem where the copy protection could cause unwanted nag on the new REALbasic 5.0.
1.2:Added a TextFont property.Added a TextSize property.Added a FontBold property.Added a GotFocus event.Added a LostFocus event.Fixed a design mode problem where the control would sometimes disappear if the window was closed and opened again.
1.1:Background Theme stripes are now aligned correctly when the control lives on a TabControl on MacOS X.Background color is now correct when the control lives on a TabControl on MacOS Classic.The Win32 compile size is now 47% smaller than in version 1.0.The plugin now also ships with HTML help in addition to the RB Plugin Plunger help.
1.0:This is the first version.