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Now I have sth more strange. Because when I set the enable property of my TextBox to False there is no visual effect on it. In design and in running mode.
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When you disable the TextBox, you cannot visually change the effect but enter any value in it. On the other hand when you disable try to change the backcolor also.. this would be more visually appealing

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Thanks!
But is so strange. Because a week ago, there WAS a default effect when I disable TextBox. You know(a grey color and text inside was grey). But now this is not happen. Even if I have sth written inside.
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