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Text boxes should accept a dash as an acceptable characterAsked by GICS on February 13, 2016 at 06:38 AM
My form is a singing competition entry form.
In it, I have text boxes that require folk to enter their name.
Surnames these days are very often hyphenated, so text boxes should allow a hyphen (dash) in a name.
For some reason, mine don't allow a dash...
Can this be fixed? I assume it is in the back-end and not a fault in my form.
Forget this. I have found the validation property and if I change it to none, the dash is accepted.
Sorry for the posting.
Seems like you already figured it out by setting its validation to "none":
If you need anything else please open a new thread, we will be glad to assist you.