I needed a time selector for a client project and since it only needs to cover 12 hours I didn't liked the classic way to enter digital time - instead I created this clock-like selector.
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3 months ago
Looks good! :)
Good thinking. The start/end points containing the number threw me off though, I didn't immediately make the connection. Granted, it would be different had I just entered those values as a user. But, I think using PM may be more intuitive and easier to read. Maybe it could be somewhat night themed? It's also confusing that you've started at 10:00 in the AM.
Lookin' good though mate.
@Joel Laughlin I totally get your point, but it's a product for the german market and something like AM/PM does not exist here. We always use the 24:00 hour format.
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