It has already been attached earlier in this thread ...Feb 11 to be exact.
Could you also send it to me, thanks firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Paul or anyone,
Kindly send me a copy of your sample script for the dropdown with multiple email addresses, or if anyone can send me a copy of Paul's samples, it would be greatly appreciated.
My email is email@example.com.
Thanks so much.
Paul, would you mind to send me a copy as well. Thanks in advance. Haagendazs.
Hi, I am really struggling with this and pasting the script where I believe that it should go but it force closes my Adobe Designer, is it possible that you could look at my form for me please?
I am creating almost same form like yours, time off request form.
I like to setup the drop down list of managers to select then the summit button will send to the selected manager's e-mail.
Can you share how you created this?
I am new for this program and need all the help I can get.
Thanks you very much in advance.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Geeez . . . I created the form more than a year ago, also new to LCD and Acrobat forms, and it's not something I do on a regular basis so the infrequency often requires I figure out what I previously did all over again. I pulled my hair out for weeks with this one, all trial and error. If I recall, what you're trying to do requires a hidden "real email" button, I've attached a page of instructions I got from the same message board that was a key to getting it to do what I wanted (email Options file attached)
I also often referenced two books, PDF forms Bible and Creating Dynamic Forms with Adobe LiveCycle Designer (the latter being most helpful and has a CD with Demo Files that you can dig through for comparison and script), several online articles and Adobe Designer Help, part of which I printed to keep in a 3-ring binder for reference. I've attached some of them along with my form so you can try to decipher the madness to my methods :).
Chapter 6 from Cheridan Smith's book also helpful: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/livecycle/articles/advanced_formdesign.html
Though not easy or direct, I hope some of this is helpful to you.