When I do a search (either “Find” or “Select”) in the data sheet, I always use the keyboard. I realized that when I do a lot of searches in a row, I sometimes make a mistake and, instead of command-F, I type command-V, which pastes the contents of the clipboard into the selected field. Which is bad. So I was happy to find a way to lock the field, by removing the checkmark before “Editable” in the Properties pane. I checked and, indeed, I couldn’t type into that field. But later I noticed that, even if I couldn’t type into it, I could still paste into it. It was not locked. It wasn’t actually protected.
Is this normal? A non-editable field should, in my opinion, be totally protected from any change, be it by typing or pasting.
Is there a way to temporarily really protect a field from any change?
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