I can't say definitely that yes, no tooltips for readOnly fields is the
norm, but it makes sense. If the user isn't typing into the field, I'm
not sure why the field would need a tooltip but I'm sure you must have
your reason.Good luck,djaknow
You could create an invisible field with the tooltip text you desire,
send it to the back, and then on mouseenter of the field you want the
tooltip for you just make the tooltip field visible and then make it
invisible again on mouseexit.on mouseenter:this.presence = "visible";on
mouseexit:this.presence = "invisible";I've used this method in the past
to pop up half page instruction sets.djaknow
Well, you'll still have a subform on the page no matter what; you
mentioned earlier you had limited space for printing, is the table the
only object on the page or do you have other items there as well? It
sounded like you still need the table to expand only so far so I thought
you might have other fields in their own subform? Without seeing the
form I'm just taking my best guess.
To have an instance appear somewhere other than the bottom when added,
you can use the moveInstance function, i.e.
newIndexPosition);where _row1.count-1 is the newly added row and
newIndexPosition is where you want the new row to end up.