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Re: Text field - value color. New User. - Adobe LiveCycle 15-08-2016
Try unchecking "highlight exisiting fields".In the viewer tab if you press "Esc" key, you will get up the toolbars as it would look in regular acrobat. Then in the purple header/bar in the top right you have a choice to highlight fields. That will highlight the fields using the same kind of coloring options/properties as you changed earlier so that choice "overwrites" your coloring of the fields if that makes sense. If my answer helps please mark it as correct, and feel free to ask anything else...

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Re: Disable fillable fields - Adobe LiveCycle 15-08-2016
I am not entirely sure what goes wrong for you. I just made a quick trial myself on a numerical field with one button locking it with .access = "readOnly" and then a second button that activated it once again with .access="open". And that worked perfectly.Do you have the console open? Does it produce an error when you press that second button? In the previewer (or acrobat for that sake) you can press ctrl+j to open the console for debugging purposes.As the syntax seems correct and my trials seem...

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Re: Convert an excel formula into javscript for livecycle - Adobe LiveCycle 03-08-2016
Okay then the code will be: if (DecimalField4.rawValue < 1){ DecimalField25.rawValue = DecimalField2.rawValue } else { DecimalField25.rawValue = DecimalField4.rawValue }And to make it more rigid use full paths to your fields, for example "form1.page1.DecimalField4.rawValue".And this code should be entered on the calculate event for the DecimalField25 I would say. (could probably be used on an exit event of DecimalField4 aswell, seeing it seems like you do a lookup on that value).Hope this has he...

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Re: How can I make a decimal field default to a negative dollar amount? - Adobe LiveCycle 03-08-2016
Yes I suspected you meant it like that but wasn't sure as you wrote "where to put the minus sign".Anyhow, being in Adobe LiveCycle Designer, there is a thing called the "Script Editor". If you don't have that showing you can find it by navigating from the top most toolbar -> "Window" and click -> "Script Editor". Alternatively press ctrl+shift+f5.What you want to do is to link your script to a certain the object (field) and then choose what event it will trigger on (I will try to explain a bit e...

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Re: How can I make a decimal field default to a negative dollar amount? - Adobe LiveCycle 02-08-2016
That is dealt with in the second row of Magus code, if you want to understand it a little bit better I will try to write it in "regular" language:First he declares a variable named "amount" which is then assigned to take on the mathematical absolute value of what was entered in the field, meaning that no matter if the user enters +6.84, -6.84 or 6.84 what will be stored in the amount variable will always be 6.84 (the magnitude of what was entered). Then in the second row he declares that the val...

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Re: Convert an excel formula into javscript for livecycle - Adobe LiveCycle 02-08-2016
Okay, I am not perfectly skilled in excel, but from what I know of their if statements, that code would be written as =IF(DecimalField2 < 1, DecimalField4, DecimalField8). And that would mean "if decimalfield2 is less than one, enter decimalfield4 in the field in which this function is written, else enter decimalfield8."Therefore it is a bit hard to understand what you want to achieve... It would have helped if you would have simply wrote two sentences of about what you want to achieve. However,...

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Re: Multi-check mark checkbox using javascript - Adobe LiveCycle 01-08-2016
No problem, happy to help

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Re: Multi-check mark checkbox using javascript - Adobe LiveCycle 01-08-2016
Yes, I have sent it, please let me know if it works for you

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Re: Multi-check mark checkbox using javascript - Adobe LiveCycle 01-08-2016
Yes, I think it will be easiest if you give me your mail and I will mail the example I have worked on. If you would prefer not to post it, you could just send an PM or something to me with your mail address.

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Re: Multi-check mark checkbox using javascript - Adobe LiveCycle 01-08-2016
And just to make sure you have everything set up the same way as I do.1. Do you have the script on the "change event" of the checkbox?2. Is the Check Box set up as a on/off check box with the "Check" check style? (field palette)3. Do you have the "On Value" as 1 and the "Off Value" as 0 ? (binding palette)

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