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I am using CreateUserWizard control. I would like to automaically copy email address from txtEmail1 text box from "CreateUserWizardStep1" to txtEmail2 text box in "CreateUserWizardStep2".
I am using C# as a code behind in my aspx page.
I'm using Sharepoint 2010 and trying to open a list in Edit in Datasheet View. The list opens but when I try to paste lines into the sheet I get a Read-only error and it doesn't accept my paste. I removed all required fields.
I'm using XP and IE8
This function was working in SharePOint 2007.
It is hit and miss and mostly miss when I atempt to cut and paste code from one place to another. Please help! I will use CTRL-V after cutting some code to paste it and it does nothing but move the currsor to the beginning of the line. I thought perhaps
I had accedently changed the shortcut setting, but a revue of tools\options\keyboard\shortcuts verifed that CTRL-V should be pasting. I am sure you can imagine how debilitating this can be. I hope someone knows what is going on as I can find no information
anywhere about it.
Currently, I'm in a project with high use of SSIS packages.
I've setup a package with many Sequence Containers in order to group Tasks and have these groups to execute modularly before continuing in the next group.
There are Tasks that are very similar, so I just copy-paste them and then change properties.
The problem is that, when I do the "paste", the Task rectangle is always placed in a left-bottom location relative to the currently existing Tasks and Sequence Containers (instead of below the coordinates of the mouse after the right click, as one would
It was already annoying when I didn't use Sequence Containers, because I had to scroll around just to pick the Task in the strange place to where it was copied and put it in the right place.
But it started to be worse with Sequence Containers. Although it really detects the coordinates of the mouse and puts the Task inside a Sequence Container if I right-click over an empty space of the container, it continues to place the Task in a very
far left-bottom place relative to the remaining objects. It causes the Sequence Container to stretch until its border contorns the Task in that strange place. I have to 1) move the Task object to the right place and 2) resize the Sequence Container borders
to its original status.
Currently, to avoid the step 2 abov
Hi, I have a textbox on my page for users to enter input. If they were to type text outside of the box, and then copy it into the textbox, how can I make the textbox able to preserve the style of the text copied into it: italics, bold-faced, etc.?
It currently will convert anything copied into it as plain text.
Thanks for your help.
I have some (generated) XAML which uses UTF-16 characters (in some of the text); however when I copy/paste the XAML from one VS2010 instance to another the UTF characters get mapped to UTF8 characters; e.g., left and right double quote chars turn into quote
chars. This of course is disasterous when the characters occur within an attribute value!
How can I preserve UTF-16 text when pasting into a VS2010 window? (The original file is *loaded* into the VS2010 project and works fine there. I'm trying to isolate a problem by selectively excising parts of the XAML and to do this I use copy/paste into
another VS2010 instance containing some XAML boilerplate to try out small segments from the original.)
I cannot seem to find what should be a simple setting to keep my multiline textbox to the height/width or row/column settings without the resize grip or ability to resize. How do I prevent resizing?