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Re: Saving JavaScript Variable - Adobe LiveCycle 22-01-2012
Perfect. I changed the event to the click event of the radio and that worked great; also caught the missing .rawValue.Thanks again!

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Re: Expand the displayed values in a DropDown - Adobe LiveCycle 22-01-2012
Thanks Niall,I used your suggestion on the events and it works much smoother. I ended up creating a readOnly text field behind the dropdown to maintain the caption.Since the exact field is utilized multiple locations I've populated the dropdown via JavaScript in a Script Object. My belief is that if I maintain a single list in a Script Object, I would be saving on file size when compared to maintaining multiple lists within each copy of this field.

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Re: Expand the displayed values in a DropDown - Adobe LiveCycle 21-01-2012
Figured out a workaround, hopefully someone can find a better solution. Essentially, change the width of the dropdown on enter, change it back on exit. See below:ProjectBLDGtype::enter - (JavaScript, client) this.w = "1.9375in";ProjectBLDGtype::exit - (JavaScript, client)this.w = "0.9375in";Not elegant, but works.Now I cannot figure out how to only display the bounded values instead of the both the value and description as a final output, but still displaying both when the full dropdown is displ...

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Expand the displayed values in a DropDown - Adobe LiveCycle 21-01-2012
Is there a way to expand the displayed values within a dropdown? My binded values are only 2 digits, but the descriptions far exceed my field's width. Please advise.For reference, here is an HTML example of what I am trying to achieve:http://easylistbox.com/demoDropDownToolTip.html

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Re: Change Floating Field value without layout:ready - Adobe LiveCycle 21-01-2012
Thank you. I implemented the recommended line. No luck. Turns out there was some syntax issues that seemed to resolve itself while I was adding the xfa code.The code worked both with and without the xfa.layout.relayout;

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Change Floating Field value without layout:ready - Adobe LiveCycle 21-01-2012
I am attempting to change the rawValue of a Floating Field (ForPartnershipsTXT1) based on a click event of radio buttons (PartnershipRADIO). I originally had a layout:ready event for the Floating Field which would check the status of the radio buttons, which worked. See below:OA_PG2.TnC.ForPartnershipsTXT1::ready:layout - (JavaScript, client)if (INTERNAL_ONLY.PartnershipRADIO == 1){ this.rawValue = ""; }else{ this.rawValue = "for Partnerships"; }I have moved the if/then statment to the radio but...

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Re: Saving JavaScript Variable - Adobe LiveCycle 20-01-2012
Sorry, I was unclear. My form will include JavaScript that will sourcing these textFields in to an outputTextField dependant on a user inuput radio button.Example- page2 (SubForm)- Contact1 (textField that appears on multiple pages with global binding)- Contact2 (textField that appears on multiple pages with global binding)- option (radioButton)- page3 (SubForm)- displayContact (textField, no global binding)page3.displayContact::ready:layoutif (page2.option.rawValue == 1) { displayContact = page...

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Re: Saving JavaScript Variable - Adobe LiveCycle 20-01-2012
That sample was super helpful. In my case may need to do a combination of relative and absolute SOM expressions.For the sake of consistancy, in my form I have 5 pages (page1, page2,...) where a textField (SCENCSCompany) is present on page2 & page3.If my JavaScript code is on the same page (# 2 &3) I can use a relative expression (SCENCSCompany.rawValue); but on page 1, 4, & 5 I would need to use an absolute expression (page2.SCENCSCompany.rawValue). Correct?Would it matter what page I reference ...

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Re: Saving JavaScript Variable - Adobe LiveCycle 20-01-2012
When I reference the data in JavaScript, would I need to provide the full path to the raw data?INTERNAL_ONLY.SCENCSCompany.rawValue;Or is there a shorter way to access the binding values of a field?

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Re: Saving JavaScript Variable - Adobe LiveCycle 19-01-2012
Thanks Niall,Your post was super helpful. I guess my concept of how LC handeld certain JavaScript variables was a little off, but I think I understand now.The Field Pallette is close to what I want, but different. My form is intended to have a "Internal Only" section that can set certain settings or variables based on a specific applicant, over multiple stages of our process. So many of the data entries would be used multiple times depending on the current stage. Based on your comments, I will u...

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