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    Default [FIXED] Bug in FileUploadField

    If you call reset() on a fileuploadfield, the browse button becomes disabled.

    WTF

    Darrell, do you test your software?

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    Just ran into the same issue. How did you overcome this?

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    Never mind..
    Code:
    setReadOnly(false);

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    Thanks for the fix. Why dont you have to call this for other fields?

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    Default so you have to call setReadOnly after reset?

    so you have to call setReadOnly(false) after calling reset on the fileUPloadField??? why is this?

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    This bug is fixed in the releases/2.1 branch and is now available in the 2.1.1-beta release available here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darrellmeyer View Post
    This bug is fixed in the releases/2.1 branch and is now available in the 2.1.1-beta release available here.
    WOW! Thanks for making the fix available. Hope Ext continues with this. I dont think keeping users from bug fixes increases support subscriptions, it only alienates your users. My plan is to buy a support subscription when I need to be able to develop fast because my product is live - not when I am first learning the API and would like a working prototype.