Big Problem with the Input Boxes

Dimitris Mirogiannis shared this question 10 months ago
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Hello!

In the iframes you cannot enter-fill the Input Boxes anymore if in the "advanced tab" you have unchecked the "Selection Allowed"...

see this page: http://mfcosmos.com/archives/34668

or this one here in GeoGebra: https://www.geogebra.org/m/Uzheavds

And another problem with the Greek Letter "Ρ" that looks like the English one: "R"

Thank You!

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Thousands of apps must re-edit if this problem remains and this is insane!

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I've go a website with thousands of applets on my own, created in the past ten years. I just controled randomly several pages. No panic, they're all working. Unchecking the selection allowed does exactly what it says. If you want to type anything in an input box you have to select it. You can't expect to behave an object the opposite way of the one you selected yourself. This is rather normal than insane, no?

chris

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Certo che accorgersi dell'incongruenza selezionato/deselezionato molti anni dopo può creare i problemi che segnala Dimitris.


A proposito di incongruenze, se si seleziona con il tasto destro una casella di controllo e un campo di inserimento entrambi non selezionabili e cancellando, questi hanno due comportamenti diversi: la casella di controllo giustamente non si cancella, il campo di inserimento sì

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Sorry for the inconvenience - as Chris says it's now working properly. You just need to make sure you check "Selection Allowed" for the Input Boxes

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This is what i am saying...

i must re-edit all of my apps because this box is un-checked and none input-box works any-more...

All the input-boxes worked properly (until now) with the "Selection Allowed" unchecked!!!!!!!

WHO little Einstein thought to make this spectacular change 10 years after?????

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ps please post a screenshot to show which letter is wrong exactly:

And another problem with the Greek Letter "Ρ" that looks like the English one: "R"

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Ιit looks in LaTeX mode like this:4e3a6afeb2eaee6ae14fd482a183bb52

and the correct is like "P" and not like "R"... Thank you.

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