I have a form with a comments section at the bottom. I want the field to
be able to expand, but only to a certain size. I know I can limit the
number of characters, but is there a way to limit this field by the
number of rows, or perhaps a max height?Thanks!Aaron
Thank you. I'll also have to make sure the subforms are set to "flowed"
to make sure the expansion works appropriately, correct?I can get
everything to work correctly until my last page. When flowing the
subform it compresses all of my fields and won't let me resize or move.
Is there any easy way to resize a subform or adjust the locations of the
fields within it?
All,I have a dynamic form that has many text fields for user input.
These fields have a fixed height, however allow multiple lines beyond
the visible area. I don't want these text fields to expand when the
field is exited, but rather when the form is printed. The form is set up
neatly on 7 pages, and I'd like it continue to be 7 when the user is
working, however I'd like it to expand to accomodate the extra text upon
printing.How can I make it so when I print, the fields expand and the
Hey Kyle,I'm finally getting back into this...only two months later. I
just realized something that will throw a wrench in the script you
provided. My values of my sample radio buttons were ordered sequentially
from 1, but my actual buttons are ordered as follows: 1.0, 1.5, 2.0,
2.5, 3.0, 3.25, 3.50, 3.75, 4.0.How can your script be adapted to
accomodate the change in radio button values?
Thanks. I was able to change the XML, but am having problems with the
script. As I said above, I'm new to this, so excuse me for the dumb
questions...The text above highlighted in Red...am I supposed to change
that text or should the script work as written above?
Hi,I'm very new to scripting in LC, so I've hit a wall on my latest
form.I'm trying to build a form with a "leikert-like" scale, however one
of the stipulations (from my boss) was the background of the Radio
Buttons are to fill based on which button is selected.For example,
Question 1 has 4 Radio Buttons to choose from: Poor, Fair, Good, Great.
If the person completing the form selects poor, I would like the poor
background color to be filled. If someone selects fair, I would like