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How to best represent a ToggleButton (representing on/off) with the ability to be locked
I'm designing a ToggleButton control that has the ability to be in a locked state in which user interaction will not be able to further toggle the control. In general I would like the button to appear ...
Feb 3 '11 at 1:50
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