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Customizing the Highlighting

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I have a txt box as a header and footer and created script/subform where the user can select the header/footer to be entered in the box.  The only thing is the customer I'm creating this form for doesn't like the highlighting in that particular box...is there a way to either change the color of the highlight or get rid of it all together for that one box.  Any help will be greatly appreciated...thanks so much!

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Hi,

A couple of things:

Yes, you can turn off the highlight for all of the objects with a single line of script:

app.runtimeHighlight = false;

You would place this in the docReady event of the root node (normalled called "form1").

You can also change the default colour of the highlight, but this will be applied to all fields when the highlight is turned on.

See here for an example: http://assure.ly/jiZ6tn.

So far the solutions are relatively easy to implement. You can go for a more involved solution, but it may not be worth the extra work in implementing: http://assure.ly/h8ZLr5

Hope that helps,

Niall

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Level 10

Hi,

A couple of things:

Yes, you can turn off the highlight for all of the objects with a single line of script:

app.runtimeHighlight = false;

You would place this in the docReady event of the root node (normalled called "form1").

You can also change the default colour of the highlight, but this will be applied to all fields when the highlight is turned on.

See here for an example: http://assure.ly/jiZ6tn.

So far the solutions are relatively easy to implement. You can go for a more involved solution, but it may not be worth the extra work in implementing: http://assure.ly/h8ZLr5

Hope that helps,

Niall