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Marcos_J_Pinto
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Re: Find and replace macro - Adobe LiveCycle 28-07-2011
Thank you again! 🙂But we still have problems...Runs ok with a new blank form with one field.With one of the client's forms, brings up the error message:"Error: oldValue.replace is not a function".Marcos

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Re: Find and replace macro - Adobe LiveCycle 28-07-2011
No, I haven't changed your script!I just tried to run it to correct one of the client's forms.It still works if I create a new blank form, create a field and run the script.Marcos

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Re: Find and replace macro - Adobe LiveCycle 28-07-2011
Hi Radzmar!Great!I think this will solve the issue.Now, something strange is happening - the script was working just fine until yesterday...Now, when I try to run it, I get this error message:"Error: Invalid property get operation; line doesn't have property 'value'"Any idea of why this is happening?Thank you very much once again!Marcos

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Re: Find and replace macro - Adobe LiveCycle 26-07-2011
Hi Radzmar!Thank you so much for your script! I've tested and it works great.Now, I still have some questions...1. If the character to be replaced is, say, a "ç", must I use the unicode equivalent in the regular expression?2. Curiously enough, special characters located inside the tags are translated correctly and should not be touched by the scrtpt. How do I test for these tags to leave them unchanged?Thank you again!Marcos

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Re: Newbie help needed. Looking to circle options on a form. - Adobe LiveCycle 22-07-2011
You can use a control variable to make this button a toggle.For instance, use a variable like circleVisible = 0 and make circleVisible = 1 when the button is clicked and the circle is visible.So you would have something like this, when button is clicked:if (cicleVisible == 0) { circleVisible = 1} else { circleVisible = 0}Got it? 🙂

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Re: Find and replace macro - Adobe LiveCycle 20-07-2011
Hello Radzmar!Thank you very much!The characters are in static texts, captions, etc. Curiously enough, they translate correctly in tooltips.Yes, of course I can share a sample. Where do I send it to, please? I did not see any attachment option in this forum.Thank you!!Marcos

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Re: Find and replace macro - Adobe LiveCycle 20-07-2011
Hello Radzmar!Thank you very much for your reply!Actually I need this done at design time. Yes, I know I will have to develop it myself, I'm just a bit lost as to where to start.Reason for all this: client upgraded 2,400 forms from old times JetForms and a great number of Portuguese special characters did not translate correctly, the result is a mess.We have even contacted Adobe Support but they did not find a solution for this problem.So I was left with the task of correcting this... The initia...

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Find and replace macro - Adobe LiveCycle 19-07-2011
Hello!Reading around I found out it is possible to create macros in LC Designer and placing them under the Tools menu (http://blogs.adobe.com/formfeed/2010/01/designer_es2_macros.html). However, what I need is something hopefuly simpler: I need a script to find and replace certain characters in the form text, such as replacing % with ç, globaly.Where do I find simple examples of how to do this? Thank you for any ideas! Marcos

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Re: Drop-down menu in table cells - how to expand over the column width? - Adobe LiveCycle 19-07-2011
Hi Niall,Thank you for your help!Client won't be happy, but I've learned quite a lot from your script in the process. 🙂Best Regards!Marcos

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Re: Drop-down menu in table cells - how to expand over the column width? - Adobe LiveCycle 18-07-2011
Hi again, Niall!Thank you again for your great examples!The dynamic width drop-down will cover some of the client's expectations.However, they would like it to work even when the drop-down is within a table cell with a width smaller than the width they want the drop-down to show when the mouse enters the field.I'm afraid you will say this is not possible... Or at least not without a lot of coding, using subforms or the like.Any ideas? Thank you very much!Marcos

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