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Initializing properties for form objects - Adobe LiveCycle 17-04-2012
If I want to set starting values for some form objects as soon as the form opens, what's the best event to use?I want to set a date field's value to the current date.I also want to set the Presence property of some objects to "Visible" or "Invisible" at startup. In particular, I want to set all of the objects in a group to "Invisible", but while the group has a Presence property, "Invisible" isn't one of the default values it can have. I'm hoping I don't have to set the presence of every object ...

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Re: Email Submission of a Form - Adobe LiveCycle 17-04-2012
Poking around, I did find that a regular Button has options.Select "Submit" for the Control Type, then go to the Submit tab of the properties and specify your "mailto:" URL and change the Submit drop-down to "PDF", then see what you get.

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Re: Email Submission of a Form - Adobe LiveCycle 17-04-2012
I didn't use the standard email submit button for my form, because I used javascript to do a lot of validation. The code for the click event uses the following line to eventually submit the form. I think it's the cSubmitAS:"PDF" parameter that makes it attach the form as a PDF instead of XML. I'm pretty sure there's a setting for either the form or the button that would have the same result, but I wasn't able to find it with a quick search. event.target.submitForm({cURL:"mailto:" + strToAddress ...

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Re: Delayed reaction on "Visibility" change - Adobe LiveCycle 17-04-2012
That works. Thanks!

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Delayed reaction on "Visibility" change - Adobe LiveCycle 17-04-2012
The attached form has a "Specify Other" text field that should become visible when "Other" is selected from the "Role" drop-down list. In practice, when you select "Other", the "Specify Other" field doesn't become visible, but when you make any other selection after "Other", the "Specify Other" field becomes visible. This means that you effectively have to select "Other" twice to be able to complete the "Specify Other" field (which becomes required when "Other" is the selected "Role", whether th...

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Re: Email submit fails - Adobe LiveCycle 28-03-2012
This actually seems to be an environment problem. After banging my head against it all day, I let one of my co-workers try the form. It worked fine for her. Hopefully the network guys can figure this one out.

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Email submit fails - Adobe LiveCycle 28-03-2012
It's the form that gets no rest. I had a working version, but the users asked for a major redesign of the form, reducing it to a single page by taking out a lot of fields. That required significant changes to the javascript.I've got the form validation code working again for the most part. There is still a bug in the code for the new Role drop-down field. When the selected Role is "Other", the Specify Other text field should become visible, and the validation code should require the Specify Othe...

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Re: Loop through a table - Adobe LiveCycle 17-01-2012
That works for me. Thanks.

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Re: Loop through a table - Adobe LiveCycle 13-01-2012
Here's the form.https://acrobat.com/#d=tc-tH46jIH8xx7i6pT60RwI was having issues with links earlier.The validation occurs in the click event of btnSubmit.

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Loop through a table - Adobe LiveCycle 13-01-2012
Is it feasible to write code that loops through a table in a form? I'm currently writing separate sections of code for each row of a five-row table to validate data entries.

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