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I have a form where entries are created by one person and updated by another person. At different stages we want some fields to be locked down to certain people, but available at other times.
The CSS code "pointer-events: none;" works for most field types, but we're finding that for Date fields, User fields (including multi select) and Smart Drop down fields the restricted user can still action the fields.
We can't use the "Editable By" field attribute as it needs to be restricted sometimes, but not all the time.
Are you aware of any other way to restrict fields?
Except we only want to restrict who can edit under certain circumstances, so using the Editable By field wouldn't work.
For example, we want the Requestor to be able to edit the field while it is in Draft or New Request Status, but once it's in Submitted to Governance Status we want the field locked down to everyone but the Governance team.