Shrinking an expanded flowed subform, back to original, in reponse to user's interaction?
In some cases (but not always), I sometimes find that when a "hidden" child subform's presence is made "visible" and then made "hidden" again(user changes their mind), the parent flowable subform doesn't always shrink back to original--the child subform acts as if it is "invisible" instead of "hidden". Then, If the next "hidden" child subform is then made "visible", in response to a subsequent user's action, this newly "visible" child subform occupies the open space left by the now "hidden" child subform (slack disappears). Is there a method to make the flowable parent subform resize itself (shrink to fit) after the user decides something else? Is there a method to make the form reevaluate this flowable parent subform size and "reel in the slack", so to speak?