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Override default disables style.

Andy Green
Andy Green asked
Last Modified: 2018-12-05
I have an online form, that once filled out and saved can be opened, for viewing. The problem is I'm using .Enabled=false on the radio buttons/ dropdowns and textboxes. This renders the content too light to be read.

I've had a google, and found some solutions but nothing works, ie I can over ride the disabled style.

for example this is ignored, even though I can see the style is being applied its not working:

      <style type="text/css">
            input {color: black; -webkit-text-fill-color: black;}

Anyone have any ideas.

This is in chrome, but must work in Chrome & IE 10 up.

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