[wix-users] How to make the value of Property Value case insensitive
chrpai at iswix.com
Mon Aug 14 12:15:09 PDT 2017
I'd use SetProperty with ~= to standardize the inputs. If they passed fOO Foo foo FoO FOO then set it to FOO and have the RadioBox correlate to FOO. I would think that's the easiest approach.
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Subject: [wix-users] How to make the value of Property Value case insensitive
I have a RadioButtonGroup Property = "PROPERTY1". The group has two radio
buttons. Below is the code snippet
<RadioButton Value ="VALUE1" X="0" Y="0" Width="100"
Height="10" Text="RadioButton1" />
<RadioButton Value ="VALUE2" X="0" Y="20" Width="100"
Height="10" Text="RadioButton2" />
How do I make VALUE1 and VALUE2 case-insensitive. I tried using the ~
before = operator but it doesn't let me compile.
As a user, when I am doing command line installation, I wish to set
property as PROPERTY1 = "value1".
Appreciate all the help
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