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Postby IT2Be » Mon Jun 18, 2007 7:00 pm

You can set a mnemonic for OS X but, as far as I am aware of, it will not work...
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Postby Michael Mooney » Mon Jun 18, 2007 7:05 pm

:oops: .... Rob - you are quite correct !!! (and I do know better on char(50) vs varchar(50) ... I will correct my data model ... maybe I needed more coffee that day !!!). Thanks ... M^2
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Calendar Display Type permits editing of non-editable field

Postby Michael Mooney » Tue Jun 19, 2007 4:02 am

Created new form with field type timestamp in Postgres. Datetime in Servoy.

Generated basic form. Datetime field by default includes a Calendar displayType property.

Set the editable design time field off (false). Result:

1. Field does not allow direct editing - expected behaviour
2. If I click on the Calendar icon it allows me to pick another date and change this field even though it is set to Editable=false.
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Postby Harjo » Tue Jun 19, 2007 8:10 am

2. is expected behaviour.
If you want to it really to be non-editable, change the field-property to TEXT.
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Postby Riccardino » Tue Jun 19, 2007 8:52 am

IT2Be wrote:You can set a mnemonic for OS X but, as far as I am aware of, it will not work...


Uhm: quite confusing, in a multi-platform environment...

Thanks, Marcel
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Postby pbakker » Tue Jun 19, 2007 9:08 am

IT2Be wrote:
You can set a mnemonic for OS X but, as far as I am aware of, it will not work...


Uhm: quite confusing, in a multi-platform environment...


Well, Java is platform independant, but Apple decided not to do anything with the mnemonic settings in their Look And Feel...

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Postby Jan Aleman » Tue Jun 19, 2007 10:18 am

Riccardino wrote:
Uhm: quite confusing, in a multi-platform environment...



As George Orwell would say: All operating systems are equal but some are more equal (OSX) than others.
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Postby Riccardino » Tue Jun 19, 2007 11:51 am

jaleman wrote:
Riccardino wrote:
Uhm: quite confusing, in a multi-platform environment...



As George Orwell would say: All operating systems are equal but some are more equal (OSX) than others.


Thanks Jan (and Paul)

Since I'm expecting Apple to fix their bug in Open/Save windows (you cannot pre-set a name for a file, under OS X) since 1840, I'm afraid I'll have to live without mnemonic ;-)
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