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  • In the Object palette, click the Field tab. In the Locale list, select one of these options or one of the provided alternatives for the object's localization setting: To use the default locale specified in the Defaults tab of the Form Properties dialog box, select Default Locale. To use the system l...

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  • This might be helpful, if you're using formCalc:http://help.adobe.com/en_US/livecycle/9.0/designerHelp/index.htm?content=001465.html#1601190Stephen

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  • OK, if you want to fill TextField1 you need to be aware of scripting language (formCalc vs javascript) and the event ("exit", "change", someotherEvent?)Since I don't know what you are using, it is not possible to troubleshoot your problem.What Language?What Event?Stephen

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  • Hi,I really don't quite understand what it is you want to accomplish. For dropdown boxes, there are pairs of values as in $.addItem("whatYouSee","rawValue").The $.boundItem(xfa.event.newText) will work on the "change" event of the dropdown box and return "rawValue" .   //but why use a script like th...

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  • Hi, Some of your scripting is using "$" which only works in FormcalcYou haven't mentioned which events you're using. In order to get the rawValue of the dropdown box, use the "exit" event of the dropdown box.      var sNewSel = this.rawValue;       //Javascript  --  you can't use "$" in Javascript, ...

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  • Hi,A couple of things--I should have mentioned the 8 DDLs before.1) You have 8 DDLday--the script only loops through the first 7: (DDLday[0] thru DDLday[6]).   Either delete the 8th DDLday or change the script to:     for i = 0 upto 7 do2) You have a variable and a field with the same name: "availab...

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  • Hi,A few things to correct1) You must use square brackets -- My Fault -- not sure how that one got past me!          DDLday[i]2) DDLs can't have values the same for the items meaning change them to:      0 = N/A, 1= Day, 2= Eve, 3= Nite3) You only need the 1 script --don't place script on the NumNA ...

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  • Hi,The url you provided is not specific to your document--it is simply a link to acrobat.com--in other words, you need to go back and allow sharing of the document and post the url specific to the document.Cheers,Stephen

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  • Hi,First, my inclination would be to name all the DDLs the same--but label them differently. You can certainly do it using separate names as you have them now. but there is an advantage in having them the same as you will see. In the example blow, I have them all named DDLday, OK? So LiveCycle will ...

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