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The "icon" you're looking for is the checkbox button. The label shouldn't change title though, since a checkbox button indicate "true" when checked, and "false" when unchecked. Changing the label would only lead to confusion, and you wouldn't want that.


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I'm very late to the party. But I'd like to offer my own solution. That is: using a popup window (aka overlay, modal) to display the checkboxes and let the user select multiple values. The popup window is opened when a user clicks on an edit link on the main form. When he's done selecting the values, he can click a DONE button, which has a click event, a ...


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Funny you should ask this, because this is almost exactly the same approach I have in my web application. To make it easier on your administrator, have a search box at the top that accepts either username (i.e. email username/login username) or full name. Then, when the administrator needs to manage a particular user, he/she searches for the user's name and ...


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The following can be an option to present this scenario: Clicking a cell in calendar, a menu displays the available options. You can select the required options and click anywhere to close the menu. The cell displays the number of selections.



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