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Been building a new form with Expression Engine 2.9.2, however when trying to use the datepicker, it seems to be using a very old version of JQuery UI, so old that it only actually functions at all in Chrome.

Both Firefox and IE (latest and older versions I've tested) don't actually get a working date-picker at all, they literally get no field. I've tried using it as a date field, a text field and several classes the datepicker is mean to pick up (datepicker, hasDatepicker).

Looking at it, this seems be a very old version of JQuery UI from several years ago which explains why it doesn't function, however when I download the latest version, the file layout and names are all completely different so its not just a simple matter of replacing the files with the more up to date versions.

So, is there a relatively simple way to update the version of JQuery UI that EE use or is it easier to just disable the EE built-in datepicker and use an external one to do the same job?

I'm also curious as to why EE would be using such an old version of JQuery UI?

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    I've always found it easier to add include_assets="no" and include the external files that you need manually. That way you have a lot more control and can pick and choose the files/scripts you need. – BrandonOHara Apr 1 '15 at 21:14
  • Thats what I'm going at the moment, was hoping there was an easier way ;) – Drenzul Apr 7 '15 at 14:30
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There's no easy way, but I've just answered a similar question here : EE 2.10.1 jQuery & jQuery UI update

Of course Brandon's answer seems alot more succinct!!!

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