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Parsing data from indexed field - Adobe LiveCycle 15-06-2010
Hi,A contractor is developing a program to parse data from a form that I created in LiveCycle. There are some tables in the form where text fields in the same column have the same base name and are assigned an index by LiveCycle. For instance, there might be a CompanyName column with 6 text fields in each of 6 rows, where the text fields are named as follows: CompanyName [0], CompanyName [1], CompanyName [2], CompanyName [3], CompanyName [4], CompanyName [5].The programmer of the parsing program...

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Re: Any insight into Acrobat vs. Reader form display differences? - Adobe LiveCycle 26-05-2010
Nevermind. I was testing this on Adobe Reader on a co-worker's machine. Turns out he is running reader on a server via Remote Desktop (which I didn't know, and couldn't tell). When you do that, it jazzes up the highlighted fields in a way that obscures some field borders (but not others... I never did figure out why the inconsistency). Anyway, after found out he was running Remote Desktop, I tried it on a local computer, and it works ok.Thanks,Emily

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Any insight into Acrobat vs. Reader form display differences? - Adobe LiveCycle 26-05-2010
I have a form with some fields that have only a bottom border (so they are underlined). Those fields are sometimes active and sometimes inactive. When they are active, the border is black. When inactive, border is gray. Here's the weird thing. I designed them in LiveCycle and have used the form in Acrobat, and everything is fine in both of those environments. But when I beta test it in Reader (as I just started doing), the underline borders are invisible when they are black. They show up fine wh...

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Changing font of specific text within a caption - Adobe LiveCycle 03-05-2010
Is there a way to specify only certain text within a caption to be changed by an event script?I have an audit script that runs when users try to sign their form. It identifies errors and lists them on the signature page if any are found. It also highlights the errors with red text on the form. But sometimes, in order to identify the specific error, I only want part of a caption to have its text turned red.Is there a way, for instance by specifying the character positions, to identify specificall...

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Re: Scroll bar in multi-line text field - Adobe LiveCycle 23-04-2010
Figured it out... sort of...I am not exactly sure what the problem was, but here's how I fixed it, in case anyone has a similar problem.I thought the problem may be that I had code in my click event for that text field. That code displayed a message if a user tried to enter text into that read-only field, explaining that the field was automatically populated. That click event code is relatively new, so I thought that maybe Adobe deactivates the scrollbar when there is a click event for an object...

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Re: Scroll bar in multi-line text field - Adobe LiveCycle 23-04-2010
Darn, that sounded so promising, but that appears to not be my problem. I checked, and my settings are asyou recommend. Any other ideas?Thanks again,Emily

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Scroll bar in multi-line text field - Adobe LiveCycle 23-04-2010
I have a text field that is populated (through event code) with a list of errors that are detected when a user tries to sign a form. That list can be long, and I had it designed so that if the list was longer than the height of the text box, then scroll bars would appear next to the text box and the user could scroll through the entire list.I haven't changed anything, but the scroll bars just stopped appearing. Now the user can only see the top text that fits in the text box, and cannot scroll d...

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Re: Deactivate tool tips - Adobe LiveCycle 25-03-2010
Hi Steve,Do you know if that would deactivate all screen reader compatibility? This form needs to be 508 compliant, so I might not be able to do that.Thanks,Emily

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Re: Date field - Adobe LiveCycle 22-03-2010
Thanks for the quick response.I should have been more descriptive of my problem. I do have the validate pattern entered. But all it does is put up a cryptic message that the validation failed. It doesn't actually prevent someone from entering in nonsense.In my last message, I spectified that the edit and display patterns were set, because it seemed (on the face of it) like those would be the patterns that would actually limit how someone edited a field, and how that data was displayed.Do I need ...

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Date field - Adobe LiveCycle 22-03-2010
I have a number of date fields, and I notice that, even if I have the edit and display patterns set to short date or MM/DD/YYYYY, users can just enter in any old text they like. What's the simplest way to make it so that users can only enter something in date format?Thanks,Emily

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