I have a text object on my *master page* -- outside a content area. Depending on user input, my form may grow to several pages.
Is it possible to script some event so that the text displays on all but the last page? I have seen examples of xfa.layout.pageCount() and xfa.layout.page(this), but am probably missing an obvious point.
I think that point is how, at run time, to know, for example, this is page 3, there are 5 pages in the form -- the master page text should be displayed. Or, even, this is the last page of a 7 page form -- the master page text should not be displayed.
Thank you, Paul. I thought this seemed like a fairly simple thing, but have spent quite a bit of time and have not hit on the answer.
I have a form which can expand. By convention, the text ' -MORE- ' should appear at the bottom of a page if there is a next page. So, it does not appear if the form only takes a single page, and it does not appear at the bottom of the last page.
My idea was to put ' -MORE- ' as a text object at the bottom of the master page, outside the page's content area, then to control its visibility, depending on the constraints above.