Specifing an accelerator key USING THE accessKey SCRIPTING PROPERTY

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07-09-2015

I can't get my head around the correct approach to make the "accessKey" (SCRIPTING PROPERTY) work..

I'm not even sure which form event / Obj event would host this 'scripting property'?

Can anyone point me in the right direction?? (worked example OR just an example SOM path and advice on where to place code so it will work!)

thank you Daviid

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07-09-2015

This property is not supported by Acrobat/Reader.

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07-09-2015

You can find additional information in the XFA specs.

http://partners.adobe.com/public/developer/en/xml/xfa_spec_3_3.pdf#page1229

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07-09-2015

Thank you, Thank you, THANK YOU!

I can live with that - it's not ideal >> but at least I can cast it to one side now.

Is there an easy to access, up-to-date, point of reference where i can read up on these Known Issues?

I have a plethora of Adobe LiveCycle Designer Reference Documentation - I'm concerned that I don't know how to test for what's valid/supported and what not?