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Old January 21st, 2005, 08:20 AM
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i have a textbox:

<input type="text" class="input" tabindex="5" name="retdt" maxlength=5 size=13 onfocus="removeYear('retdt')" onblur="return checkdate('/T2AgIBE/html/calendar.html','document.fexp.retdt.value','docume nt.fexp.rettm.value','ret',document.fexp.crdate.va lue,document.fexp.seldate.value,'retdt')" onChange="javascript:this.value=this.value.toUpper Case();">

that gets disabled by one radio button and enabled by another radio button.

But when it is enabled again it looks different. It starts out liike the textbox at the top of this page 'search p2p for'. But when it is re-enabled and disabled it seems to look depressed or pushed in. is there a way round this?

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May I see the code for the disabling and enabling?

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<input type="radio" name="oneret" value="O" onClick="disaridt();displayOpenJaw('oneret'); this.form.retdt.disabled=true; this.form.retdt.style.background='ECECEC';">

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