I'm working on a form that has a drop down list and several check boxes.
Had a scripting problem, trying to figure out if there is a script in JS to disable a check box if nothing is selected in the drop down list. Couldn't find a way to do this. But now solved it via a work-around: made the check boxes "invisible" until there was a selection in the drop down list.
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I tried to use the readOnly access, but it did not achieve the needed result. (the readOnly access can be used to disable a check box, but my problem is finding a way to trigger this event.)
It is not the DropDownList1 that I am trying to disable. It is a number of check boxes (1-13). If no health condition is chosen from the drop down list in DropDownList1's box, then the check boxes should not operate: they should be readOnly. My problem in scripting, using JS, is that I cannot figure out how to get non-choice state in the drop down box (no choice made). I tried (in the DropDownList1's change event)