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check button question

Posted by acidburn123 (acidburn123), 29 April 2008
Hmm, How do I say to a check button that your set to 'pressed' cause at the moment when I load up my fourm the check button is 'depressed' but I'm after making it 'pressed'.

I'm sure theres a way, I guess its just finding it

Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 4 May 2008
A checkbutton is controlled by the state of the underlying varaible - have a look at the example at:

http://www.wellho.net/resources/ex.php4?item=t220/willie

Which renders as follows:





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