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|Enable/Disable Android Navbar|
I think this is what you may be looking for:
this will hide it.
and then this to show it again:
|C# Enable and Disable Validators on Web Form|
use ValidationGroup in all validation with same group name and give
same group name for button also
<asp:TextBox runat="server" ID="tb1"></asp:TextBox>
<asp:RequiredFieldValidator runat="server" ID="rfv1"
ControlToValidate="tb1" ErrorMessage="*" ValidationGroup="gvSave">
<asp:TextBox runat="server" ID="tb2" Visible="false"><
|How to enable/disable a magnetic grid in Java|
Consider using a JLayeredPane, and adding as one layer a JPanel
holding a grid of JPanels. When you want the grid functioning, then
when a component is released over the GUI, the JPanel cell that
contains your mouse pointer can accept the component and can perhaps
center it using a GridBagLayout. When you want to place items in a
free-hand way, then add them to a JPanel layer of the JLayeredPane t
|Enable/disable dialog button on item click|
default setenabled false.
setonitemclicklistner on listview;
on item click listItem=position and change coloe of selected item and
set enabled true
|Enable/Disable a control using Dependency Property in windows Phone|
In your control binding for the button, you aren't actually binding to
a value. The value converter code doesn't run because there is nothing
prompting it to run. Instead, you would need to bind to a property
value, and have that value change when a character is typed in either
box, for example.
Also, looking at your dependency properties, there is no place where
you are actually calling the sett