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kingphysh
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  • 16-04-2012
    Hi All,I have a large, complex form that has several subforms that I need to have zero instances the first time the form is opened. Most of those subforms that I set the initial instances = 0 on the Object pallet do exactly that--they behave and open with zero instances! However, I have one subform ...

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  • 13-04-2012
    Hi All,I have a fairly large complex form that has several subforms that I want to have zero instances the first time it is opened. Most of those subforms that I set the initial instances = 0 on the Object pallet do exactly that--they behave! However, I have one subform in particular that no matter ...

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  • 06-03-2012
    Yes, but setting "Initial Count" to 0 //which clears the Mindoes not change the [1..5] to [0..5]it remains [1..5] The subform does not have any instances until script is fired--yet [1..5]Not existing must not be the same as 0 instances ( Exists(MySubform) === MySubform.count ) = false?(0 === 0) = fa...

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  • 06-03-2012
    Hi Niall,I appreciate new features--and your response--however, MySubform appears simply as MySubform until Max is checked for the first time. Then it appears as MySubform[1..n] // where Max = n Then then it appears as MySubform[1] after Max is subsequently unchecked. which normally indicates it is ...

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  • 06-03-2012
    Greetings all,I noticed something in the Hiearchy Palette that doesn't look right: MySubform[1..2] The "2" goes away when I uncheck the Max (which was set to 2) in the Binding Tab--however, the [1] remains--usually indicating it is the 2nd Subform with this name. The real puzzel is that there are no...

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  • 17-01-2012
    Hi,I believe that exportXFAData is not supported in Designer. I think you will need to use:xfa.host.exportDatahttp://help.adobe.com/en_US/livecycle/9.0/designerHelp/001341.htmlStephen

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  • 17-01-2012
    I have had some issues with Reader 9 vs Reader 10. For some reason, certain scripts (unrelated to openList) choke with Reader 9 or below, but not Reader 10. Also, have you tried FormCalc? The Preview in Designer will use Reader on your dev machine to render the form, unless it is not installed or un...

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  • 16-01-2012
    Hi,It may depend on your version of Reader and/or Acrobat. Using a string in the parenthesys of openList("string") is deprecated. You should try an object reference instead (remove the quotes) as in openList(object).Sooner or later the "string" won't be supported.I use Win7 Ultimate (64 bit) and hav...

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  • 11-01-2012
    Hi,I'm still not sure of how your form is supposed to work.I say $ = 0 //which means "this" equals zerobut you say Holiday.rawValue = 0 //which means "Holiday" equals zeroIs Holiday the field that the script is on or some other field?

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  • 11-01-2012
    Hi,I made the assumption that was what you wanted. So the else $ = 0part of the script does that. What is it you want it to do instead?Stephen

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