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Wrong style applied when control is disabled at initialization Please see this stackblitz for recreation Recreation code

Theissue seems to be related to the floatLabelType property being set along with enabled = false at initialization. The cursor does not change back to the regular cursor when enabled. If the control is enabled at initialization then disabled and re-enabled it's okay. 

My project has scenarios where controls are disabled at form creation time. This is only a visual problem as the control actually can be used, but some users will probably assume they can't type. This is a fairly high priority issue for us as we are getting close to deploying to our customer. Since this is a css fix, if there is a style I can fix on my end, we will accept that in the short term.