Has anyone run into a glitch where a newly added checkbox in a form will
only display an X under the default setting, but won't allow a different
style of mark, such as a check mark? I need to use the check mark style
to be consistent with the other check boxes on my form (which still
allow the check marks without a problem). Any ideas?
Doesn't work consistently.Here is the file modified with your
script:https://www.box.com/s/09dzlu2kmiv7uziqef7jThe way it should work
is that, when you enter in a code, such as 1, a type appears on the
right hand side- either C or S. A C is an automatic Fail and should
appear in the pass/fail box after entering in the 1 under the code
column. After the Fail appears, the script should be called and the
subform should appear.Then, if you were to change the 1 under the code
to a 6, the resulting ty...
I tried it again using form1, but it didn't work.When using the form,
enter in a "1" into the first box under "Code." This will turn the
Pass/Fail result to "Fail". This should prompt the subform to appear,
but it doesn't.
I am setting up a type of evaluation form that needs to have a subform
appear at the bottom whenever the evaluation fails. The subform contains
text that will describe what the person will need to do for failing the
evaluation.Right now, I have the form set up to run a script whenever
the "pass/fail" box changes. The script looks for the value of the
pass/fail box and sets the presence of the end subform to visible if the
pass/fail box text says "Fail".For some reason though, the script is not
I can get this to break without special script by scrapping the table
format and arranging subforms and textfields to look like a table.Please
see my example:http://www.box.net/shared/xmpuis4neafuf6cfd1smHowever,
because of some other formatting issues that arise when I scrap the
table format, I'm trying to avoid using this approach.Thanks,Dave
I don't think you can modify how the drop-down displays, but I came up
with something that may work for you, though I don't know if it is best
practice.You could use popUpMenu in a text field instead of using a
drop-down object.I got the idea looking at an example on assure dynamic
came up with a different version that sets the raw value of the field
based on the selection in the pop...
Ok. Here is a link to my file at
box.net:http://www.box.net/shared/zzr7uisftaq1tgle34rp (is there a
better way to share a file? i don't care for box.net)When you open the
file, scroll to the second page to see the text field with the large
amount of data.Thanks.
I'm hoping that there is a quick solution for this problem that I'm not
seeing.I have a form with a table object where one of the table body
rows contains a text field that needs to break across a page. Right now
it works as long as the text field doesn't get too large. However, on
rare occassions the text field needs to store 2-3 pages worth of data.
When I test this out, the field won't break from the second to third
page.I can't show you the actual form, but I created an example form