- mooTimePicker is a sliding timepicker. Allows to select seconds, and the amount of hours/minutes/seconds each step change.
How to use
1. #JS new mooTimePicker(input,options); element must be an input element options are: secondsSliders: false, --> Enables/disables the seconds slider hoursSteps: '1', --> hours/minute/secsSteps, allow various data tipe. minuteSteps: '10', _ If a number is passed, it will automatically calculated the steps, e.g if hoursSteps is set to 6, it will generate 4 steps, 0-6-12-18 secsSteps: '30', _ If a string with comma separated numbers, and object or an array are passed, it will calculate the steps, based on those number, e.g. minuteSteps set to [5,15,20,45,50], will set 5 steps, and assing the value ti each step hourLabel: 'Hours', --> hours/mins/secsLabel, sets the text to display on top or at the bottom of each slider minsLabel: 'Minutes', secsLabel: 'Seconds', labelsPosition: 'top', --> Where tp dislay the labels, 'top' or 'bottom' alwaysOn: false, --> Sets if the slider are always on, or they fadein/out on focus/blur of the element showLabels: true, --> Sets if the labels are displayed or not. injectInside: '' --> The element where the sliders will be inject, if blank, the input's parent will be used.
V. 1.1 - Added showLabels option. - Added injectInside option. - Fixed bug that showed the seconds label, even if secondSliders was set to false. - Fixed bug that didn't allow to select every minute, when steps was 1 or 2 minutes.
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