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Is"enabled lazy load" a thing I can turn on /off? At a form level? Maybe that's the answer I'm looking for!

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The scenario is the form uses restoreGuideState from an API on load.The state doesn't seem to load into any fileAttachment components unless they have been visited first (and so initialised) by a user.So, I'm trying to use a combination of guideBridge and jQuery to simulate a user 'focusing' on all of the hidden tabs and 'clicking' on repeatable panels, before loading.Yuk.

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Thanks Mayank, The issue i'm trying to get around is the all the hidden HTML elements are simply not rendered until a user opens a tab or expands a collapsible panel. Is there a way to 'initialise' all the components of a form in code?

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The next button clicked rule doesn't fire when the form is rendered on a small screen. This is because the mobile rendered next buttons are different to the next buttons in the toolbar? Or because mobile devices are doing a touch event and not a click?

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I have a form with tabs and repeatable panels. On load I'd like to run some jQuery and interrogate some fields that are on other tabs which are hidden on 1st load.But the jQuery cannot find the elements in the DOM until the user has visited the tabs. I have been able to work around this in code by setting focus to each panel, and back to the first panel with code.This simulates a user visiting the tabs. Now the DOM elements on the tabs are accessible. I'm stuck with repeatable panels. Hidden acc...

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I'm required to validate a panel on click of the next button. I was able to achieve this using the method described here https://www.tothenew.com/blog/tips-tricks-for-aem-6-2-form-development/#comment-568864 But to complete the form also need to:1) Also apply this rule to the next button rendered on small screens/mobile devices2) Disable the ability to navigate forward by clicking on the tabs How can I do this?

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No one seems to know over there either. I'll have to raise a ticket instead.

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I know how to validate on click of next. I need the 'other' next button to be handled. The one that is rendered in the mobile view. And I also want to prevent the user from navigating forward using the tabs on each child panel.

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Sorry, this is not the Correct Reply. This does not answer my question. How do i undo this?

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I'm required to validate a panel on click of the next button. I was able to achieve this using the method described here https://www.tothenew.com/blog/tips-tricks-for-aem-6-2-form-development/#comment-568864 But to complete the form also need to:1) Also apply this rule to the next button rendered on small screens/mobile devices2) Disable the ability to navigate forward by clicking on the tabs How can I do this?

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I'm required to validate a panel on click of the next button.I was able to achieve this using the method described here https://www.tothenew.com/blog/tips-tricks-for-aem-6-2-form-development/#comment-568864But to complete the form also need to:1) Also apply this rule to the next button rendered on small screens/mobile devices2) Disable the ability to navigate forward by clicking on the tabs How can I do this?

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