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Thread: change the color of the text while it is disabled....

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    Sorry, I meant the code generated by Ext - some things in Ext aren't what they appear.
    What's the actual HTML in the DOM?

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    If an input is actually disabled, IE will fade it, whatever colour you specify. There is no workaround.

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    So I guess you will have to make it readonly and add a class to make it appear disabled.

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    I have tried this option before,when i make it readonly for combobox it is still able to select the value,but only thing is that we can not able to enter anything to combo....but i want to restrcit the user not to select anything from combo and date field.


    Thanks

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    Any suggestions on this plzzzzz......

  6. #16

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    add a click handler that returns false?

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    Can i have suedo code for this....

  8. #18

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    is this helping?


    hideTrigger : Boolean True to hide the trigger element and display only the base text field (defaults to false)

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    it helped me!
    why on Earth is it false by default?!

    EDIT: no it didn't help me as I want to be able to toggle it dynamically.

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    -deleted- (was wrong)

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