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FieldTemplate_Edit to show value when custom meta data is set editable equals false

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Have a custom FieldTemplate (RadioButtonChooser_Edit.ascx) that shows a radiobuttonlist based on a single character.  Using LinqtoSQL/DynamicData enabled.Example G, F, P  (Good, Fair, Poor).If the custom metadata for a field in the table is set  [Editable(false)]  I get a G, F, or P.  I would like to show the full word when editable is set to false.  Not sure how to approach this.

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