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Re: Inconsistent result for my JavaScript code across different programs
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You are quite right. After updating PDF Xchange Editor program, issue was resolved. It looks like their software development team had addressed some known XFA glitches in a recent minor update.Thanks for your time and assistance.

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Thanks for your reply.Hmmm. Last time I checked PDF stands for Portable Document Format. From what you replied, I gathered it's not portable anymore as it is only bound to Adobe products.Switching to Formcalc is not an option now as I have so much code in JS already. Plus my company does not use Acrobat Reader.I also try your other suggestions re- resolveNode and != but I am afraid they did not change anything in terms of odd results explained in first post

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Hi all,At first I should say this topic is a replica of this tread (which I did not receive any response at the time of writing this post).I am designing my very first dynamic PDF form using Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES4 v11 and in my form I have two SUM field which is nothing more than a simple total calculation. One of them is the pure SUM of PRICE column, the other is the SUM of PRICE column whenever another drop-down menu is set to NO.The problem is I get inconsistent result when I open my fo...

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Thanks for your help but that checkbox is already ticked in my form properties !

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Hi all,Being new to LiveCycle, I am trying to produce my very first dynamic PDF with this product. I have a table cell which contains a button. And the caption for that button is character (see here for detail). The font being installed and used for this caption is called Segoe UI SymbolNow the problem is, this paperclip character is only shown correctly in Adobe products e.g. Acrobat Reader. Whereas I would like to have my PDF be independent to what application the client is using.Here is how m...

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