Having a similar scenario. Problem is that I mirrored what you did for multiple choice fields and the values are not disabled even after copying line for line what your solution showed above. Fields have a point value, 0 value, and a Report value in each field, not necessarily same order.
in CSS class for each control I added value of Test1 or corresponding value of each control. (if Test 1, then I added Test1 if Test 2 then I added Test2 to whatever CSS classes were already there just like above screenshots
Seems pretty straight forward but nothing is grayed out in the values when selecting from drop-down.
Any Help is appreciated, Thank you!
I'm trying to understand your scenario.
Tes1, Test2, Test3, etc...they are all different Choice fields on your form? Are they all drop downs? Do you have any that are radio buttons?
What Choice options should display in your drop downs? I'm seeing multiple scenarios above where the same value is trying to be disabled.
Please post a screen shot of your form, and possibly the setup of you different Choice fields (Test1, Test2, Test3, etc.)
Test 1 is now TicketTrouble_Rating
Field values are :
If the item has a 0 for this field, the field shows up. They can choose dispute. I do NOT want them choosing 12. It needs to be there though since item is copied over from different list per a workflow and can sometimes be a the 12 value.
My other fields are all dropdowns and similar in values but the full number value sometimes changes.
for TicketAccuracy_Rating the value I don't want them to select is 16:
This should work but is not for some reason..... What did I miss?
Using CSS works in Chrome but not in IE 11. and the values I don't want just don't show at all - which is ok. (seems to be an issue with Display: None per google search.
After comparing your setup with how my form is setup, I am not seeing any differences.
The only thing I could suggest that would be causing it to not work, would be due to the fact that those fields are being pre-populated with value from another list.
Have you tested with not pre-populating the data fields from another list?
Thank you for this and I especially appreciate the screen shots. I'm not certain that I will put this in my solution but it is exactly what I'd like to do!
I have also implemented an alternative solution to put a rule on the field for
This works quite nicely and cuts to the chase for many instances.