[thelist] opposite of checked="checked"

Peter Brunone (EasyListBox.com) peter at easylistbox.com
Tue Jun 21 15:03:57 CDT 2005

	Wow, that does suck.  He actually developed (or at least greatly
altered) the web browser part?  What's the user agent string?  That may

	As long as it supports the basic forms object model that
browsers have used since Netscape 3 (maybe earlier), you can just
iterate through document.formName.radioButtonName[i] and set each one's
checked property to false.  This assumes that all buttons/checkboxes in
a set have the same name, which you seem to have indicated in your reply
to Volkan.

	VBScript is no problem; we can help.  Besides, if you just need
it for one function, I'm sure you'll survive.

Keep us posted...


-----Original Message-----
From: thelist-bounces at lists.evolt.org On Behalf Of Brian Cummiskey

Peter Brunone (EasyListBox.com) wrote:

> 	Basically, you're going to need client scripting to pull this

Yeah, it looks that way :(

gotta love it when the programmer who made your software no longer works

for your company, and no one has a clue how to work the thing.  heh

I've tried basic scripting to see what it supports/acts like...




and none of those returned true.

Might have to go to VB script :shiver:

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