CSR code samples #8 (Read-only SP Controls)

Sometimes we need to allow user edit list item but without touch some fields, this will enhance the form user experience if no need to modify these filed.

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    • These seems like the solution I am after, but I am having trouble getting it to work at all.  I downloaded, modified to reference the fields I need to make read only (Content Type, Task Name, Description, % Complete, and Task Status), but when I upload to my web part, nothing happens.  I have the file stored in the style library.  Am I missing something?
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