I need to input time values with 1 second resolution, but if I try typing in a value such as 12:34:56 the time widget rejects it. Only HH:MM such as 12:34 is allowed.
If i type in a valid time with seconds included, the widget should accept it.
Any time value I type that includes seconds is rejected.
- Streamlit version: 1.12
- Python version: 3.9
- Using Conda
- OS version: Win 10
- Browser version: Chrome 111
Looking at the source code, it looks like seconds and milliseconds are scrubbed internally, so I don’t really see a cheeky way around it:
time_input_proto.default = time.strftime(parsed_time, "%H:%M")
I did a quick search and didn’t see an active feature request for this, so you may consider adding a feature request to github to expand the
To get around it, I think either look at a custom component or use multiple widgets to set hours, minutes, and seconds separately and combine them into a time object.