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Re: hiding specific cells within of every row in a repeating row table on the exit button click
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thanks, but it still only hides the first row of invisible fields.// I copied and pasted this into the button. // its location on the Hierarchy = form1.Main.b.Exit// Main.Links2.Tbl.Row1.Edit = this is the Hierachy // Main.Links2.Tbl.Row1.DEdit= this is the Hierachy for (var i=0;i

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I have been struggling with how to approach hiding editing fields within specific cells of every row in the table on the exit button click.Dows the row have to be resolved? i any help is appreciated. // Main.Links2.Tbl.Row1.Edit = this is the Hierachy // Main.Links2.Tbl.Row1.DEdit= this is the Hierachy form1.Main.b.Exit::click - (JavaScript, client){ // Edit Buttons sf (b) form1.Main.b.NoteOpen.presence = "visible"; form1.Main.b.Exit.presence = "invisible"; // Protecting the field so it isn't in...

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Kyle forgive me I am struggling, the below is what is currently what is being used, learning little by little, trying to put the pieces together., scroll down further to view what I am working with. Any help you can offer, I would appreciate. I tried your suggestion and got the following error7:XFA:form1[0]:Main[0]:T2[0]:Edit[0]:EditTables[0]:clickSyntaxError: missing ) after condition6:XFA:form1[0]:Main[0]:T2[0]:Edit[0]:EditTables[0]:clickSyntaxError: missing ) after condition6:XFA:form1[0]:Mai...

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could you be a bit more specific, I can do some things, terminology is not good. I make up my own names for things, so I can remember how to do them. Is it in this section? if so where please. doesn't every open curly thing have to have a close??if (this.rawValue == "1"){ //// take out the above and it only does the first part of the code. var rowCount = 14; //change this number to number of rows in table for(var i=1 ; i

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the code below works if I take out the if this raw value section and turns on the check boxes and opens access but it won't else. I am just learning javascripting on the fly and am very unsure as to whether this is an else, if else, or whateveron click I want it to show all "rows", and "Hide" chkboxes, then open "" accesswhen if this raw value statement is in I get the following message.[0]:EditTables[0]:clickSyntaxError: missing } in compound statement17:XFA:form1[0]:Main[0]:T2[0]:Edit[0]:EditT...

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Thank you I will work on this later and let you know how I did never thought that calculating time would take so much time lol.

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I have been searching the forum and trying to view pdfs that have had problems but the links are no longer available I suppose. regardless.I did find a time calculation script from a form that I am trying to modify it I don't even know if the scrript is truly valid for calculation, it does work when the lunch minutes are not entered.I need to be able to substract the amount of lunch minutes, and it does work to an extent, but when I enter say.. 0830 1700 the work hours end up being 08:70 its gon...

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Re: How to hide Delete Button in addinstance table
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I would think that you could add some code Initialize presence is visible click event to change the checkbox subform cell to invisitble if this row entry cell is not null.My limited experience with adding rows is that if the presence is invisible adding rows, makes the new row invisible as well.The below is not real code it is my theory of what should happen.Main.subform.table.row of table.cell of checkbox subform. show if Main.subform.table.row of table.cell of data entrycell is null.Main.subfo...

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I personally just change the button properties and the font to white or the background of the page, the button is still there if YOU need it but it is invisible to the user, though..... if they click on it it will delete, I haven't gotten that far in learning yet on how to hide it from the user and create a box that says...... this action cannot be undone, are you sure?

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