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  • Hi there, that's a good question. I hope this answer is still relevant for you or anyone that will encounter this thread.All you have to do is select the header row object within the Leader drop down listI hope this will help  

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  • Hi there, I'm not sure where to start to help you, if you could provide a snippet image of your hierarchy, it would help.Although, like I said earlier, make sure that you are adding instances to the Row1 object if you are expecting to have a higher number than 1.If you have many rows within your Tab...

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  • Hi there, Simply make sure to name each items differently, Adobe has an issue where he thinks a different object with the same name is a different instance and will create the number of instances that he finds with the same name.The first image is how you named all objects:  This second image is how...

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  • Hi there, I think you are in the right direction. The only thing you might want to change is how you access the instance of rowTableItem.To be able to access a specific instance of that row, you need to use the resolveNode method.Simply replace the following:rowTableItem[$.parent.parent.index]for th...

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  • The only reason why you need more than 1 signature is because more than 1 person needs to sign the form. If one person has to sign the same form multiple times, you might want to re-analyze how to develop your form.   The way I did it was, I created 5 identical subforms that are not instances of one...

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  • Hi zfg0,   I manage to get mine working. Although, it's not really a repeatable subform or signature field. I simply made a template of the signature field within a subform, copy / pasted that subform 'x' number of times figuring they wouldn't need more than that number of signature for my form's pu...

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  • Hi delalou, if you wish to achieve this using letters, you can use this script in the calculate event of the field you wish to display them.if ((Row1.index+1)/ 26 <= 1){ //Display a single letter if row index if below Z String.fromCharCode(65+Row1.index); } else{ //Display double digi...

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  • Hi there, if you wish to achieve something similar to the initial post of this thread follow the instructions: First ensure that your field contains Rich Text, if your field is in fact a text field you have to change the field format in Object palette to match Rich Text instead of Plain Text. Afterw...

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  • Hey there, technically it's the same process as Bruce mentioned above. Simply use the resolveNode method to access the desired repeated subform by calling its count property by using the instanceManager with one of these ways:_AddContact.count - 1 //or AddContact.instanceManager.count - 1//resultPag...

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  • Hi, sorry for the delay, you can try the gofile link once again, the file should be there. For the signature validation it is sketchy... I've already managed to get some work done with the fields but it is not that easy. A digital signature can't be verified in any given event. It's very specific to...

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