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Note  For a description and a complete list of UI Objects, see UI Objects.

Time field that allows the user to input a time. Clicking on the field will open a popup with a time panel. Can be used with a submit button.

Requires an ID.

For a tutorial on using this object, see Working with Forms

UI Object time.png


  • id: the object's ID, used by UISets
  • position: the object's position. Use the pixels or rows and columns coordinates format
  • css: optional. Defines the CSS style for the date field


(time!id <position>; [<css>])


(time!mytime x3y20; width:55px)

UI Attributes

Common attributes

Name Value Description
pos x<x>y<y> Position specified as x/y coordinates. E.g. x-5y10
visible true Default. Show the object
false Hide the object
blink true | slow Blink the object at a slow speed
fast Blink the object at a fast speed
false Stop the blinking
opacity 0.0 ... 1.0 Object opacity from 0 (not visible) to 1 (fully visible)
rotation 0 ... 360 Object rotation in degrees. Images are rotated around the center point, all other objects are rotated around the top left corner

Field attributes

Name Value Description
enabled true Field is enabled
false Field is disabled
autosend true Automatically sends the value on changes. It's the default behaviour when there are no submit objects on the page or in a parent container (if the field is inside a container).
false Won't send the value on changes. It's the default behaviour when there's a submit object on the page or in a parent container.
focus (deprecated, use page's focus attribute instead) true Focus the field. Only a single object should have this attribute at "true".
false Reset focus
rollback true Restores the previously saved value.
rollbackenabled true Automatically restores the previous value on an error (if the value isn't valid or the remote request resolved in an error).
false Won't restore the value on errors.
error true Manually shows an error feedback on the field (won't modify the current field value).
false Hides the error visualization.

Input attributes

Name Value Description
value time in the "hhmm" format Time value
notnull true Value can't be null
false Default. Value can be null
step number Amount of minutes time is divided into. E.g. A step value of "30" will only allow "00" or "30" as minutes.

A step value of "60" will only accept full hours. With step "60", a fixed value for minutes can be added as "60:<minutes>". E.g. "60:15" will lock minutes to 15.