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LC ES4 form in Adobe Reader DC: "MS Office Outlook does not recognize ","...*
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I have a form created in Adobe Live Cycle Designer ES4 with extended rights leveraged in Acrobat Pro 11. The form uses an array to store a number of e-mail addresses. When a user selects a name in another field the e-mail address is ‘subtracted’ from the array and the e-mail is created so that it is sent ‘To’ that individual and cc’d to the remainder of the e-mail addresses in the array. The array format is var ListAddr = new Array("joe.bloggs@yahoo.com", "john.doe@yahoo.com", gordon.bennet@didd...

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Re: Re: Help - Validation fails stop script
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HiThis is an old thread but I had an almost identical problem. Unfortunately I could not get execValidate() to function as expected. However, I used your approach above and it worked perfectly.Many thanks for posting this approach.

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Many thanks for your repy Magus069. Unfortunately I was not able to solve my problem with the javascriptkit approach. I have at last managed to solve my problem by revisiting and persevering with the approach provided in the thread at http://forums.adobe.com/message/5327761. Thanks are due to user Greig at Lands for posting an example in 'workspaces'.

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Thanks for your reply.Unfortunately, I couldn't get that to work.For combo_0 I have also tried referencing the testScript in its pre-open event using:testScript.change(this)No joy with that either. The script at http://www.javascriptkit.com/script/script2/multiplecombo.shtml also has a section but I am presuming that is relevant for someone creating a webpage rather than providing code that would be relevant to the operation of the combo boxes.

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This problem has arisen in several threads previously but I have found the solutions difficult to understand. One solution alluded to in the pre-ES 6.X and 7.X discussions seems (to my untrained eye) a potentially very efficient and elegant solution to the problem. It suggested using a script on javascript.com: http://www.javascriptkit.com/script/script2/multiplecombo.shtml. The script seems to be written for a webpage rather than for LiveCycle Designer.I am using LiveCycle Designer ES3 and what...

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Whilst this thread is old and for earlier versions of LiveCycle it seems a good place to post the following question - which relates to the problem of linking 3 (or more) dropdown lists in LiveCycle Designer and in particular whether I can use the script on javascript.com referenced by paulk07 above. The script seems to be written for a webpage rather than for LiveCycle Designer. I am struggling with this and some other potential solutions presented elsewhere e.g. by Thom Parker in a tutorial. H...

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