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Label text red coloured ?

Label text red coloured ?

Label text red coloured ?

(OP)
Hi

I want to add this
(Required *) in red coloured
To a label of a blockstyler button.

Please help how to do that.

Thanks.

RE: Label text red coloured ?

The 'Required *' is something that needs user input and reserved for selection blocks.
You can add it to the dialog though using labels:
- Create a label block and add text 'required'
- Create a label block and enter 'asterisk' as the Bitmap Value
- Use Other, Attachments to position appropriately


RE: Label text red coloured ?

(OP)
Hi deedub and thank you.

I know that this is for user must lnput.
I want to use this for a string block.

So I want to insert that text in red colour in the string block title.

Is this possible or I must use a label block.

Thanks.

RE: Label text red coloured ?

Oh, I'm not sure I understood.

Do you want the string block to be a required input? If so, when you add the string, set the RequiredInput to 'True'

RE: Label text red coloured ?

(OP)
I don't believe how I missed it.

Thank you very much.

RE: Label text red coloured ?

(OP)
Deedub maybe you can also help
In this issue.

To that string block to make it
Must input.
I used the enableokbutton notification

But the ok button come to be active
Only after I leave the string block focus
Or pressing enter.

But I want that when I keying a character
The ok button to be coming active.

Thanks.

RE: Label text red coloured ?

(OP)
Forgot my last post
The required option solve it.

But now when I keying space its
Not get the green v .

What if I want a space as my input.

Thanks

RE: Label text red coloured ?

You must confirm the string entry by clicking on the next input block or pressing return (to confirm the entry). The OK becomes enabled.

RE: Label text red coloured ?

(OP)
I'm very thank you for all your help.

I still have problems.
Because my dialog is with some options
and in each option some blocks are hidden
and some shown and if one with the
Required option is hidden I need to check
If its required still active and so on.

But I need to straggling with this
By myself
.

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