Question 2 Replies 3373 Views × Close popover Chunzhi Hong (Chunzhi_Hong) PEGA Consulting Manager, Pega Consulting Pegasystems Inc. JP View Profile Send Message Chunzhi_Hong Member since 2013 138 posts PEGA Posted: October 26, 2015 Last activity: October 26, 2015 Posted: 26 Oct 2015 0:30 EDT Last activity: 26 Oct 2015 8:40 EDT Closed Solved How to detect whether a section is included with read only mode in another section (7.1.9) I am trying to hide a button in below context. Section A has a button: Btn1, which should be hidden in section B, and visible in section C. Section B include Section A in read only mode (cell property Edit-options is set to "Read-only (always)") Section C include Section A in editable mode (cell property Edit-options is set to "Editable") I have tried below 2 ways using $mode-input keyword without success. 1. In Section A, set Btn1 visibility as: "$mode-input=true", however, Btn1 was HIDDEN in both Section B and Section C. 2. In Section A, add inline style for Btn1 as: <pega:when test="!$mode-input">display:none;</pega:when>, however, Btn1 was VISIBLE in both Section B and Section C. User Experience × Close popover Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post, learn more × Close popover This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Accepted Solution Posted: 5 years ago Posted: 26 Oct 2015 5:12 EDT × Close popover Bhanu Prakash G (Prakash.) Process 360 Senior Consultant Process 360 IN View Profile Send Message Prakash. Process 360 replied to Chunzhi_Hong Hi Chunzhi Hong, Can you check if this ootb when rule pxIsEditable helps to identify a read only section. Posted: 5 years ago Posted: 26 Oct 2015 8:40 EDT × Close popover Chunzhi Hong (Chunzhi_Hong) PEGA Consulting Manager, Pega Consulting Pegasystems Inc. JP View Profile Send Message Chunzhi_Hong PEGA replied to Prakash. Hi Bhanu, Thanks for your reply! pxIsEditable worked as expected.