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  •  in Adobe LiveCycle Questions on 25-03-2021
    Hi Magus069, Thanks for the file. I was able to get the first two dropdowns the way I want them. However, I have not been able to get the third one to work. In you sample form, I did not see any code in place to only display the cities associated with a specific country. I tried to copy the structur...

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  •  in Adobe LiveCycle Questions on 23-03-2021
    Here is the link to the sample form: https://gofile.io/d/Ur5ehi Thank you!

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  •  in Adobe LiveCycle Questions on 22-03-2021
    Hi Magus. Sorry this has taken some time. I have a sample form ready. However, I do not see a way to attach the file to my post.

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  •  in Adobe LiveCycle Questions on 18-03-2021
    Hi Magus069. I am sorry, but I am having trouble understanding. I tried the code in my form and it does not do anything. The general code that you posted, when corrected for the proper dropdown menus, basically should state that in the exit event of the first dropdown (Year), if the value of said dr...

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  •  in Adobe LiveCycle Questions on 14-03-2021
    Thanks Magus069! I am a bit confused. Is the code for the exit event you posted hiding the years that are in that same dropdown? Shouldn't that be the code for the second dropdown? Also, is "ddlDropDown2006" referring to a dropdown or one specific item in that dropdown list?

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  •  in Adobe LiveCycle Questions on 11-03-2021
    Hi Magus069. I think the latter of your suggestions appears to be easier to accomplish for me at this time, but I am willing to learn to do the arrays if it would be a better solution overall. I know I can do it with the proper guidance. Regarding the dropdown lists, how would you show/hide the entr...

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  •  in Adobe LiveCycle Questions on 10-03-2021
    The way the form is set up right now is for each dropdown to have its own list added under List Items in the Field tab. It is simple, but prone to errors once you get to the third dropdown. So unless ES3 is doing this in the background, I have not set up any arrays or JSON objects. I am new to ES3 a...

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  •  in Adobe LiveCycle Questions on 09-03-2021
    Hi Magus069! Thank you for the response. The data being used will reside in the form and it is really not that much. So you have an idea, the first dropdown will have five items from which users can choose. The second dropdown has a total of 15 items, but the most you will have available to choose f...

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  •  in Adobe LiveCycle Questions on 09-03-2021
    Hello! I know this question has been asked in the past before, but I cannot find a clear step-by-step solution for what I would like to accomplish. I need to have three dropdown menus where two are dependent on the previous dropdown menu selections. For example, using vehicles: Year, Make, Model. Th...

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