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Re: Script Error: Invalid property set operation
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I figured out the solution to my problem. I had code in the target fields as well as the button trying to change to font color based on the imported numbers. I deleted the code within the target fields and left the code in the button field and everything worked out right.Thanks again for everyone help.

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I don't see a way to attach the form to this thread.

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kjaeggin, I gave your solution a try and came up with the same error.

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I will give that a try.  I am using Livecycle Designer ES2.

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Here is the Script that I have: topmostSubform.LHChart.Button1::click - (FormCalc, client)//This button is used to populate the form.//It changes font color and determines PASS/FAIL conditions//*********************************************************************************************************//Retrieve the value from the respective fields for FS270 Frame.var f = 0while (f <= 14)doFS270[f] = FS270LH.FS270[f]f = f+1endwhile//*******************************************************************...

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(in FormCalc)I have a form with multiple pages. The first two are a chart and the other 8 are diagrams. The diagrams have number fields to input measurements taken from an inspection process. On the chart form I have a button to populate the chart with the information from the diagrams. The click event of the button first retrieves the information from the diagrams and transfers them to the chart. It then is supposed to change the font color based on whether the readings are within allowable lim...

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Bibhu,Thank you very much. That worked out perfectly for me. It really sucked though that I had to go back and change all my number field binding names though. Oh well. The only thing I did different was I used:FS270[i] instead of FS270["+i+"]It works and looks a little cleaner I think.Thanks again,Dennis

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Here is the code I have. I have tested it and it works on the one number field. (in Formcalc)if ((FS270Pt1 >= 28.5) and (FS270Pt1 <= 38))then FS270Pt1.font.fill.color.value = "0,0,0"else FS270Pt1.font.fill.color.value = "255,0,0"endifI have 15 number fields that I need to apply this color font to should the criteria be met. I am trying to use a While statement to achieve this. From what I know I have deduced that it would look something like this:var i = 1while (i <= 15)do if ((FS270Pt(i) >= 28....

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I am developing a form with a text field that is calculated. My intent is for it to reference whether or not a list of number fields fall within a certain range. If it does then the text field populates with PASS in black letters, if not it should populate with FAIL in red letters. I thought of using a if-then statement to determine this. I am using formcalc.//Determines whether a PASS, FAIL, or NULL condition existsif ((FS270Pt1 >= 28.5) and (FS270Pt1 <= 38) and (FS270Pt2 >= 28.5) and (FS270Pt2...

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