My web page has an update panel that does updates/postbacks for the ontextchanged event of a several text boxes. The panel has two columns. The left column is check boxes and the right column is text boxes. The user can either select the check box or enter data in the text box for each row. There are 24 rows to show 24 hours in the day. The problem is with the postback for the ontextchanged event with the textbox. The panel scrolls to the top with the postback due to the ontextchanged event. The purpose of the ontextchanged event of the textbox is to disable the checkbox for that row. The panel must stop scrolling to the top on postback.
I have attempted several posted articles with no success. I am open to ideas. Below are the links I have tried. The one thing I have not tried is to use async postback triggers on each text box.
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