I am working on a web application where an item will have a series of default values associated to it. On the form itself a number of these items can be composed into a collection (think basket on e-commerce sites for the sake of an example).
Usually, these default values (displayed in a text box) will be fine, but the user can override these if they so wish. How is such a thing normally displayed? Elsewhere on the same form, there is already coloured text to indicate one behaviour and also a question mark tooltip for another behaviour so I'm stumped as to how this sort of thing would normally be indicated. It must be quite common on the web but I can't think of an example off the top of my head.