It was a small form at that point. I hadn't really gotten that far with
it when it started crashing and have previous versions of other dynamic
forms that I can just copy over from. I guess I put the link in the
wrong reply (comment as opposed to "Answer"). I'll just rebuild it. It's
cool. Thanks anyway.
Thanks for the reply and offering help. I didn't know about the Temp
dir. I think I found the file that you were talking about and some other
related files with the same name. I first moved (to keep a backup just
in case) them and tried to see if it would work and when it didn't, I
went ahead and deleted all of the files in the dir. Still no change.
Keeps crashing the program. In all likelihood, I might have been
previewing the form when I had to leave, though I can't absolutely say.
I left out ...
Good afternoon;I was working on an interactive form that I was going to
use to create invoices for clients. Everything was going fine (although,
looking back, I wish I was versioning my saves... smh). I had to step
away yesterday afternoon (I thought I saved my progress before shutting
down) but when I came back, LiveCycle had closed. When I tried reopening
the form, LiveCycle would not stay open. It seems to only be with this
particular form from what I can tell. The file will open with Acrobat...
Hello,I have a form where start/end dates are entered on one page (as
mm/dd/yyyy) and then on another, the dates are copied into a paragraph,
reformatted (as mmmm d, yyyy), and underlined. At first I was thinking
of using floating fields to accomplish this but then thought about just
printing out the paragraph dynamically and having the reformatted values
inserted (if that makes any sense).Can that be done? I've been able to
get the dates to print dynamically in the paragraph but how do I
I have a flowable form but my client wants one (or a couple) of the
pages to retain its number despite the text field expanding to new
pages. The only thing I could think of as a solution would be to have
subpages (e.g. 2A, 2B, 2C, etc.). Is this possible?Thanks
Another quick question regarding this solution;Is it possible, since
this table contains repeating table rows that might extend across
multiple pages, to have the footer row of each additional page sub-total
all of the calculations for that particular page - not just the total of
all calculations going on in the form (if that makes any sense)? So if
the footer row is on the final page, it totals everything but if it
extends to another page, the footer row for that page only calculates
radzmar, thanks again for this code snippet. Definitely came in
handy.How can I modify it for a Reset button? I have a form with a Reset
button on the Master page but I only want the button to show on the
first page.I appreciate your help.
Thanks for the suggestion, MinusZero;I tried using resolveNode but it
seems it's still happening. I've uploaded a version of the form to Drop
Box for download. Can you take a look at it and tell me what I might be
doing wrong?I really appreciate it.Link:
Hello;My client is looking for a solution where, say on a page of a
form, they can click on a button to "add a cover letter" to the form
that would then become a first page. I had done this before (via a
simple show/hide subform) but I'm seeing now that the version I created
essentially was a static/non-expanding page that I had added to a
flowable form (no subforms on that specific pages hierarchy).Going back
and forth from that other form that I did a while ago, I haven't been
able to replicat...
Thanks radzmar and BR001! Works perfectly now.So quick question; when
is it ideal to have the rest of the path in the expression? I think I do
it absentmindedly but clearly there are times when an absolute path
isn't necessary.Thanks again!!
Thanks. Yeah, the basic calculation is scripted in FormCalc and works
fine. It's when a row has been calculated and then the user needs to add
another row to fill in more data in the table, the subtotal from the
previous row is then duplicated to the new row (see screenshot below).In
this example, the subtotal for the first row ($25) has been duplicated
down through rows 2 and 3 despite the Quantity and Value columns
containing differing values. Even if the values for Quantity and Value
Thanks radzmar. Here's the layout (if necessary) and the structure
(hierarchy) for the form as I have it. I would post the code that I have
in the Total Value cell at the moment but I've modified it and switched
it around so much trying different things, I'm not sure if I should...
LOLLayout:Hierarchy:I can't post this particular form but let me know if
there's anything else that I can supply that you can use to help me
figure this out.I really appreciate everything.
subieguy2 thanks for the suggestion. I see this is in AcroForm but it
(I've done it before with other code). I appreciate it. I figure it's
something that I'm missing that's not clearing the row subtotal when a
new row is created. Everything else seems to be working fine, so maybe
this will help. I'll keep you posted. Thanks
try67 Yes, it is a LiveCycle form. Sorry, I should have put that in the
description. It has the ability to add repeating rows to the table in
the screenshot (see the plus/minus buttons to the right of each row).
Hello;I'm trying to calculate row subtotals and a page total within a
repeating table (see below).What code should I be using for the Total
Value column to total each row and then the Page Total row at the bottom
to add up all of the rows in the Total Value column? I know the easiest
way is with FormCalc but everything I've tried has duplicated the values
from the previous row to the new row when the Add '+' button is
clicked.I appreciate your help.
Is it possible to customize the formatting for the numbered list options
that LiveCycle provides? My client wants a lettered list (a., b., c.,
etc.), however, they want the close parenthesis behind the letter
instead of the period.Ex:a) Text 1b) Text 2c) Text 3Can this be
I have a form with "Previous" and "Next" page buttons on a second master
page. I was wondering if it were possible to script the Next Page button
so that it detects what page it is on and if it is the last page of the
form, to hide it. The bottom of the form has buttons for Save, Print,
and Email, so I don't want any buttons appearing below that.Can this be
done?I thought about just creating a third master page with only the
Previous Page button on it, but then though that maybe I could save a
Hello, thank you for your response.I was able to get a slightly better
understanding based off combining this thread
(https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1235441) with this one
(https://forums.adobe.com/message/10056473). Again; might make perfect
sense for some but I'm still growing in coding. I was just happy to get
it to work. Now, it could certainly be coded better, but for now, my
client seems happy with the solution. As time permits (and if projects
EVER slow down enough to allow), I'll try an...
Hello, thanks for the earlier suggestions. I'm still having issues with
the checkbox in the repeating subform duplicating. I'm probably not
understanding/applying the suggestions that were made in the link that
was provided. So, I'm back to see if anybody can provide some guidance.
Here's a link to my file on
really appreciate your help. Keep in mind, I was trying a number of
different methods to get it to work so you may hav...
Good afternoon;I have a form that I'm working on that requires a file
upload script. I incorporated it based on the sample on this thread
(https://forums.adobe.com/message/1976160#1976160). The form has hidden
subforms so there's some heirarchy going on but I'm not able to figure
out how to factor that into the script so the form allows the user to
find the file and attach it, etc.How would I modify the script in the
sample for subforms? What am I missing?I appreciate your help.