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JDatePicker. JavaBean components(calendar panel, combobox, dialog). Support appearance customization with visual editors, external skins support. Single, period, miltiple or null selection. Also support visual property customization without IDE
With Orbit One SharePoint 2010 Master Page Picker you can choose custom master pages for SharePoint Foundation web sites from the SharePoint 2010 Site Settings, without activating the SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure feature.
Microsoft Sharepoint Server 2007 lookup control with element picker for custom list. This control is useful if you need to choose lookup data from large lists. This control supports single and multi select mode.
Custom Time Only Custom SharePoint Field Control . This Give Ability to Create user to Time only custom filed. This Simply save as Text Filed. This give look and feel of the SharePoint Date Time control without it Date Picker part. You can modify this control format to Save as
Bulk & Batch updating list & document properties in SharePoint 2010. This ribbon custom action makes it possible to update multiple items with Managed Metadata properties, Enterprise Keywords, people picker, and many more.
Custom SharePoint field that shows a DateTime using the SharePoint DatePicker and a field for minutes with 1 minute increments instead of the default 5 minute increments, plus a field for seconds. It works only with 24 h format (for example Lithuanian) now.
This control can be a good alternative to [url:WSS's DateTimeControl|http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/microsoft.sharepoint.webcontrols.datetimecontrol.aspx] as this guy also gives you option to directly jump years.
Although WPF provides quite a rich collection of UI controls and components for development, a particular control has been missing. That is a color-picker control. Here a drop down style custom color picker has been made using WPF.