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Fix bug: Date Picker Not Available if Unbound Textbox has Input Mask

Steps to reproduce:
1. Add a Textbox control to a form.
2. Set the Format property to Short Date.
3. Set the Show Date Picker property to "For dates"

At this point, the field will display a date picker.
Now:
4. Use the Input Mask wizard to set a short date input mask, or simply place this value in the input mask field:
99/99/0000;0;_

Result: Date Picker no longer works.

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    Darren (BL)Darren (BL) shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • JosefJosef commented  · 

        Workaround: Textbox.ShowDatePicker = 2

      • Patrick HonorezPatrick Honorez commented  · 

        Don't use input masks for dates. That prevent intelligent users to type quick dates.

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