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I've got a problem with a UIDatePicker, using IOS 5 on iPad 1
The problem is that the day/month/year values don't 'snap' to the nearest value when scrolling. As a result the datepicker barrels stop in between values and the UIControlEventValueChanged doesn't fire. If I fiddle with the picker long enough, it eventually picks the value and fires UIControlEventValueChanged, but then all barrels need to be spot on the value.
I've got the UIDatePicker placed in view in Cocos2d with the following code:
I can't seem to find this particular problem anywhere in the forums, neither as an IOS 5 bug, nor as a known Cocos2d issue with UIDatePicker.
Additional info: - The function setDate:animated: doesn't seem to work either (but hard to test since it's hard to set a date in the first place) - This only seems to happen on iPad 1 with IOS 5, other devices work fine and the simulator with IOS 5 is also fine. - I built the app in an older version of Xcode (Snow Leopard), then transfered it to Xcode Lion. - I tried settings like calender and timezone etc. but no effect.
So has anyone seen this problem before and if so does anyone have any suggestions to what it might cause it?