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Why don't this work??

Created: 09 Nov 2012 • Updated: 09 Nov 2012 | 1 comment
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Ok, keeping this simple because I think the answer will be simple... but I can't figure it out.. using Wise 8.

I have an Edit Text box, property name of this is called [TEST]

I also have a Checkbox, property name of this is called [TEST-CHK]

I would like to disable the checkbox if certain data is in the [TEST] property...

So I set a Condition on the Checkbox that says:   Action: Disable  Condition: [TEST] = "Test"

Why does this not work if I type the word "Test" in my Edit Text box?

 

It throws a internal error of 2806 all the time, I'm sure I've done this in the past.

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Paul1977's picture

Fixed it...

[TEST] = "Test"

Should be:

TEST = "Test"

Don't know why, but this is one occurance where I don't need the square brackets for a property name.

 

Regards,
Paul.

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