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Unexpected longbox constraint behaviour in zk 5.07

asked 2011-05-16 08:36:28 +0800

cvarona gravatar image cvarona
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Hi there,

I'm not sure whether I'm missing something, but it looks that suddenly the only constraint violation detected on the fly is 'no empty'. Just try

<hbox><longbox id="_timeSlice" constraint="no zero,no negative,no empty"/><button label="Klikk!" onClick='alert( "" + _timeSlice.getValue() );' /></hbox>
in the online zk sandbox. If I write a negative number and press tab in order to reach the button no warning is issued. It's only when the button is pressed that I get the warning popup. However, if after having written say -67 I return to the input field and delete its content I will promptly receive the 'no empty allowed' warning, no need to press the button whatsoever.

Any idea as to what might be happening?

With kind regards

C├ęsar Varona

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Asked: 2011-05-16 08:36:28 +0800

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