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Text Input Control - Scrool Bars

Hi Folks,

 

Is there a way to hide the scrool bars on TEXT INPUT controls, even when we have many lines?

 

Many tanks,

Ricardo.

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@Anonymous 

You might consider using a Label control instead of a TextInput control.  It looks like you are not necessarily editing the text in that screen as I see a icon next to it.  If you are not editing, then use a Label instead and size it as you want and then turn the Wrap property off on the label.  If there is more text than can fit, it will append "..." to the text.

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@Anonymous 

No you cannot disable them on that control. 

But my question would be, if you disabled them how would the person be able to scroll through (or even know to scroll through) the additional lines?

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Hi @RandyHayes ,

 

Thanks for your prompt reply.

First I needed to know if it was possible to disable it, if so I would play with enable/disable posibilities.

I don't like the look and fell on my form, this is the only reason I asked it.

 

Many thanks,

Ricardo.

@Anonymous 

You might consider using a Label control instead of a TextInput control.  It looks like you are not necessarily editing the text in that screen as I see a icon next to it.  If you are not editing, then use a Label instead and size it as you want and then turn the Wrap property off on the label.  If there is more text than can fit, it will append "..." to the text.

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Actually this an old form I am changing.

 

If you note beside the field there is a blue icon (new version). On the current version the Users type the information on that screen (TEXT INPUT), but a new version will open another "Dialog Form", where the User will insert/edit the information. That field stores many line of text and the best way to Insert or Edit will be openning that "Dialog Form" as you can see on the picture i am inserting now.

 

Anyway, many thanls for your time.

 

Ricardo.

 

@Anonymous 

Yep, then I would go with a Label on the list and set the wrap on it if you're going to pull it up in another edit view anyway.

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Anonymous
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Completely agree.

 

Thanks.

 

 

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