I have a rather complex form with lots of subforms and logics built in.
The problem is, it is behaving rather inconsistently. When I first
enable a follow-on question, it becomes enabled fine, but if I do it
again, then it becomes enabled, and highlighted blue! My client rather
likes the blue stuff, how can I make it come on the first time?I've
stripped out a bunch of my form and created this one that should
illustrate what I'm talking about. Just toggle the answer to 1.2. I
think you'll get the...
Thanks Steve, here's what I ended up doing.When disabling a question, I
put this in the code for the question text:.assist.toolTip.value =
"";And then when enabling the question:.assist.toolTip.value = "My
tool tip text";I also needed to leave Screen Reader Precedence set to
Tool Tip for these text objects for things to function.So now, if a
question is turned off, tool tips for both the questions and the answers
are also turned off. When I later turn it on, the tool tips are also
I have a form with lots of hover text. Sometimes the hover text is on a
text object (the questions), and sometimes the hover text is on choices
in a radio group (the answers). I have set my hover text using the
accessibility tab. My form toggles questions from disabled (read
only/protected) to enabled (required/open/mandatory=error) depending on
answers to previous questions. I also "grey out" questions when they are
disabled and make them white when enabled.My problem is this: the hover
I have a form with many questions, and most all of them are required.
When tabbing out or otherwise exiting a radio group, the user gets
warned if they did not select an item. When tabbing out of a text field,
nothing happens. The user does get warned about the empty text fields if
they try to submit the form.
Although it consistenly goes to the same choice for each group, when I
tab through my form, it seems somewhat random which radio button I tab
into for each group. Most times it is the left-most or top button
(desired) but often it is another choice. I have them in the correct
order in the heirarchy. Is there a way to fix this?
I'm a new LC user, ramping up to speed on this package, thanks to
everyone for the useful information here and other places.Using the
great advice and info
I added a dynamic table to a form I've been working on. Most everything
works, except the caption on the Row/Item number. So, I yanked out the
subform with the table on it to create a simpler copy of the form to
post here. Get this... it ...