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  • Re: Font color on disabled controls

    Well, the bad news is it still gave me the same design checker error...but - the good news is i tried publishing the form anyway and it appears to be working just fine. I ran a couple tests in sharepoint and as far as i can tell, it is working perfectly. Thank you so much for all of your help!!!
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by nkidd on 04-15-2016
  • Re: Font color on disabled controls

    Here is my template. Thank you very much for your help - i really appreciate it. Just a quick overview - the "AllOpen" view is the default view which will be used to create the SharePoint item initially. All fields should be active. The ChangeStatus view will have all fields except for Status disabled - so they can be seen but not ...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by nkidd on 04-15-2016
  • Re: Font color on disabled controls

    Well, i thought i had it, but when i tried to publish the form to SharePoint, i got a message - "Binding a non-repeating control to a repeating field or group is not supported in InfoPath 2010 Web browser forms...". Any idea if i did something wrong or if what I am doing wont work in SharePoint? I am pretty sure I matched everything you ...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by nkidd on 04-14-2016
  • Re: Font color on disabled controls

    I have the options set in the control
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by nkidd on 04-13-2016
  • Re: Font color on disabled controls

    I'm not sure. I do have the same issue as the original poster as well, where I want it to show the "display" name and not the "value". Would a calculated field allow for that? or is the only way to show the Display name by using the dropdown control? If I had to, i could make the display and value match, however i'd ...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by nkidd on 04-13-2016
  • Re: Font color on disabled controls

    I was wondering - since this post is almost 7 years old, is there any new ways on how to do this? I have a similar problem as the original post - i have an InfoPath form in which a certain view i want to have a dropdown list "read only", but i do not want it to turn grey. Other than your suggestions from years ago, is there a way to do ...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by nkidd on 04-13-2016
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