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JavaScript to Evaluate Value in an Array of Cells - Adobe LiveCycle 09-02-2018
Hi There,I am working on a pricing table in an ordering form. I need to show a subform if any row has a subtotal above 2,000. I was able to get that script going except that when the "add row" is clicked the subform is hidden again no matter which subtotals values I have in that column. Another issue is that when edits are made to quantity and unit price the subtotal is not updating. The " delete row" option doesn't seem to affect the script negatively. How can I get "Add row" to correctly evalu...

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Re: Can you condense my 4 lines of code into 1 line? - Adobe LiveCycle 24-08-2015
I know this is an older post, but I am working on something similar and the following loop worked for me: // change border color: for (i = 0; i < 4; i++) { this.ui.oneOfChild.border.getElement("edge", i).color.value = "255,0,0"; }Notes:Borders are only 4 items (top, right, bottom, left). Since the count starts at "0" the loop should stop at 4 (thus "i smaller than 4" )Replace "this" with whatever field reference.

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How do I add an alert condition to a For loop? - Adobe LiveCycle 11-08-2015
Hello Everyone,Could anyone give me a hand with this? I am having a hard time adding code to a For loop to get the result I need.Here is the situation: I am developing a very long form full of conditional inputs. Instead of adding code to each individual field that needs to be shown/hidden upon user input I would rather have a function that looks for fields that start with an arbitrary prefix in their names ("H-").For example:Question: "Do you have a bachelor degree?" Answers: Yes | No (radio bu...

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Re: Radio buttons fail to call a function... why? - Adobe LiveCycle 11-08-2015
You are so right and I was so blind! I miss working in an office with more developers! Thanks a million!

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Re: How do I show hidden objects in the Design View? - Adobe LiveCycle 11-08-2015
Thanks again Bruce. That was indeed the only way I found to keep hidden objects visible in the Design View.

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Radio buttons fail to call a function... why? - Adobe LiveCycle 11-08-2015
Hello Everyone,I am working on complex form that will require a lot of show/hide fields based on user input. I am trying to automate the behavior with a JavaScript function placed at the parent form level. In fact I already have a couple functions there and they work great. The one below is a mystery. If both function and function calls are placed in the same object (radio group) everything works great. The moment I move the function to my parent form script object nothing works. Any ideas what ...

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Re: How do I hide fields based on their name (using a loop)? - Adobe LiveCycle 11-08-2015
Thank Bruce. It works great now! I want to be able to see the fields in Design view so I am fine leaving the action at the docReady event.

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Re: LiveCycle/Acrobat not checking for required fields before validation... help! - Adobe LiveCycle 07-08-2015
That change did help trigger the native form validation on required fields. However it applied it to the wrong field! Go figure. In any I won't be able to work on 9.1 - the functions required by the form would need to be in version 10 or 11.Thanks a lot for the feedback!

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How do I hide fields based on their name (using a loop)? - Adobe LiveCycle 07-08-2015
I have a form that will require several fields to be hidden when the user first loads the form. I would like to automate that with a JavaScript loop where if the object name starts with "hid" set its presence to "hidden".I found the script below in the LiveCycle ES4's documentation but it does nothing. No errors were reported in the JS console. Which event should the loop be added to? Of the parent form? Is the syntax correct for what I am trying to achieve?for (var nPageCount = 0; nPageCount < ...

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How do I show hidden objects in the Design View? - Adobe LiveCycle 04-08-2015
I am working on a dynamic form that requires contextual ubforms (show/hide according to input). No problems getting that working. However my subforms have to be set to "hidden" which also removes them from the Design View.Is there a way to show hidden objects in the Design View without changing their Presence setting? I know Dreamweaver does that via "invisible object" symbols. I wonder if LiveCycle allows for the same visual hint and how to enable it.Thanks!

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