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Re: Hyperlinks don't work in PDF Form - Adobe LiveCycle 16-09-2014
We tell all of our customers that official Adobe products are required to view and use the forms correctly. We cannot guarantee that the forms will work as expected otherwise. We have had a LOT of issues with customers opening (or trying to open) the forms outside of Adobe, and they never work quite right. Mind you, we use dynamic forms almost exclusively.

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Re: Beginner Problems - How to sum drop down lists in a table - Adobe LiveCycle 28-02-2014
Yeah, unfortunately, I only know of selecting each item in the drop down and deleting it individually as well. Which is... incredibly annoying. If you ever find out how to delete more than one at a time, let me know.

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Re: Beginner Problems - How to sum drop down lists in a table - Adobe LiveCycle 28-02-2014
You have to be very exact with referencing the fields, or the formulas will not work. If you renamed the fields from their default values, then you need reference them as you named them.Here is an example of my hierarchy, named as you explained:In this case, the scripting on the Total field will look like this:this.rawValue = (Row1.A1.rawValue * 1) + (Row2.B1.rawValue * 1) + (Row3.C1.rawValue * 1) + (Row4.D1.rawValue * 1);So that when I switch over to preview, it behaves properly:

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Re: LiveCycle DropDown Objects - Adobe LiveCycle 28-02-2014
No. The caption of the field can be whatever you want; the same or different. It does not matter.

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Re: Beginner Problems - How to sum drop down lists in a table - Adobe LiveCycle 28-02-2014
Okay, I actually had to create a table and try this out.The Total field needs to be a numeric or decimal field, and when you click the patterns button, click both checkboxes to allow empty and allow zero.Then, I had to multiply each of the values by 1, to force the field to look at them as a number, rather than a string. So, my code looked like this (again, using Javascript):this.rawValue = (Row1.Cell2.rawValue * 1) + (Row2.Cell2.rawValue * 1) + (Row3.Cell2.rawValue * 1) + (Row4.Cell2.rawValue *...

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Re: LiveCycle DropDown Objects - Adobe LiveCycle 28-02-2014
Sounds like perhaps the fields have the same name in the hierarchy. And perhaps the data binding is set to global. The fields should all have unique names unless you want the data to repeat, and the binding should be set to "use field name."

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Re: Beginner Problems - How to sum drop down lists in a table - Adobe LiveCycle 28-02-2014
There isn't really an "easy" way of doing this. First, you will want to select your drop down box, go to the bindings window, and select "Specify Item Values" Make each of the values the value that you want to be added.Next, in your total field at the bottom of the column, you will want to add a script on the calculate event. Make sure that Javascript has been selected and not formcalc.Now, you will want to add something like: this.rawValue = Row1.Cell2.rawValue + Row2.Cell2.rawValue + Row3.Cell...

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Re: Dynamic flow around static content? - Adobe LiveCycle 22-11-2013
Changing it from "Go to Page" to "Go to Content Area" didn't make a difference. No change.

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Re: Dynamic flow around static content? - Adobe LiveCycle 21-11-2013
Yes, I am using the Pageination tab. Originally, I had the overflow set by the page itself. Since I have been having quirky behavior, I then set the overflow individually per subform. Referencing the picture I posted above,Subform P1A Overflow is set "Go to Page M3"Subform P1B Overflow is set "Go to Page M3"Subform P1C Place is set to "Top of Content Area C1B" and Overflow is set to "None"

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Re: Radio Button to make other field Mandatory - Adobe LiveCycle 21-11-2013
I would recommend using checkboxes instead of radio buttons for things like this. They act a little less quirky, and it's easy to set them to uncheck the other boxes as needed.Try this script on the change event (javascript):if (this.rawValue == "1") { //if the checkbox is checked AssemblyNu-1.mandatory = "error"; //make field mandatory OtherCheckbox.rawValue = "0"; //uncheck other checkbox} else { //if the checkbox is not checked AssemblyNu-1.mandatory = ""; //field is not mandatory}

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