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setTimeOut not working after 8 seconds - Adobe LiveCycle 17-11-2012
After using the following code;function TimedOut() { xfa.host.messageBox("Done waiting " + xfa.form.gameform.money_game.timer.rawValue + " seconds.","Timer",3,0);}//prompt for number of secondsvar secondCount = xfa.host.response("Enter number of seconds", "Number of Seconds", "", "")//start counterif (secondCount >= 0)//timer set for thousandths of a secondapp.setTimeOut("xfa.form.gameform.money_game.start_time.TimedOut();", 1000*secondCount);I am able to get the message to appear after an input...

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Re: Possible to create timer in LC xfa form - Adobe LiveCycle 17-11-2012
I too would like to see it.

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Re: Scrolling text - Adobe LiveCycle 16-11-2012
Perfect, thank you.

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Scrolling text - Adobe LiveCycle 16-11-2012
I was trying to get a box to fill in someone's name slowly so it looked like a person was typing. I tried this code but it never worked out.var x = 0 while (x<2) { x = x + 1; app.setTimeOut("xfa.form.gameform.money_game.player_name.writeFred(x)", 2000); } function writeFred(t) { if ( t == 1 ){ xfa.form.gameform.money_game.opponent_name.rawValue = "F"; } if ( t == 2 ){ xfa.form.gameform.money_game.opponent_name.rawValue = "Fr"; } }Any ideas to get that to work?

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app.setInterval issues - Adobe LiveCycle 13-11-2012
I have added the code: gameform.money_game.start_time::click - (JavaScript, client)function TimedOut() {app.alert ("The time has elapsed");// cancel the timer:app.clearInterval(timerout);}// Prompt for number of secondsvar secondCount = app.response("Enter number of seconds", "Number of Seconds", "", "")// Start counterif (secondCount >= 0)// Timer set for thousandths of a secondvar timerout = app.setInterval("TimedOut();",1000*secondCount);It will properly ask for the amount of time and the sec...

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