Hi guys, Working on one of my web projects recently I came accross a need for presenting some readonly data as part of the user input form. The readonly property of the input tags seem to work as expected for other types of input control, but not for the checkbox. Sample code: <input id="chkExempt" type="checkbox" readonly="readonly" /> Exemption The result is a checkbox that is "greyed out" in appearance but still responds as normal to user interaction (ie: clicking checks/unchecks). I also tried this with `readonly="true"` as seems to be the Microsoft way of doing things, but the results were …

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I can't un check attribute read only folder Windows 7. I used this command " c:\>attrib -r -s d:\\myfile ", but It didn't work. Have anyone help me?

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One of the finest initiative was the full documentation bundled with every version of Perl Programming language. Using the plain old documentation (*pod*) utility called *perldoc* one can literally read or learn the programming language without another book. E.g perldoc perl gives you the Name of the perl language Interpreter, the SYNOPSIS, shows you how to get help using *perldoc*, Overview, Tutorials files names, Reference Manual e.t.c. However, using *perldoc* could be a pain in the neck most times for so many reasons. Among those reason(s), is the the fact that many perl programmers majorly beginners ( or otherwise ), …

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I need not to focus on readonly input and when user tab it should jump to next write field. <input type="text" name="first"></input> <input type="text" name="second" readonly="readonly"></input> <input type="text" name="third"></input> <input type="text" name="fourth"></input> <input type="text" name="fifth" readonly="readonly"></input> <input type="text" name="sixth"></input> <script> $(document).ready( function(){ $('input').focus(function(e) { var readonly = $(this).attr("readonly"); if (readonly) { $(this).next('input:not([readonly])').focus(); e.preventDefault(); } }); }); </script>

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In setting up an embedded system, a Linux box needed to have a read-only root partition. However, the OS must be able to write to certain files (the drive was partitioned into /, /home, /tmp, /usr, /var with the only read-only being / ). So I created symbolic links to the following files: /etc/mtab (linked to /proc/mounts/etc/mtab) /etc/network/interfaces (linked to /var/network/interfaces) /etc/resolv.conf (linked to /var/network/resolv.conf) /etc/hostname (linked to /var/network/hostname) All work except /etc/hostname. Whenever I create the symbolic link, the system does not boot or fails to boot all the way. Does anyone know a fix or an alternative to …

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Hello, I'm using .NET C# there. I have a textbox. I assigned it a MouseClick event. Normally the event is fired when I click the control. But if I set the textbox's [[B]Enabled=false[/B]] or [[B]ReadOnly=true[/B]] properties, the MouseClick event is not fired. How can I fix it? Thanks.

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I have a jsp form with 3 buttons (New/View/Edit). On clicking New..it should open another jsp form with some input field. On clicking View..it should open the same jsp form with input field as readonly on clicking edit..it should open the same jsp form with input field pre-populated.. can i do it with one jsp page..or should i need to create a separate form for each (New/View/Edit) action. Please help ..

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Hey guys, I am making a calculator program and don't want the user to type directly into the Entry, so I made the Entry 'readonly'. But that makes it to dark for my liking, so I am trying to set the readonlybackground='white', but it gives me an error saying that it doesn't recognize 'readonlybackground'. I am using Python 3.2.0.0, I don't know if that is the reason. Any ideas? - [B][I]WolfShield[/I][/B]

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