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  • Can you answer another outstanding question?  I have this code and it works but it is not calculating over 24hr.  I then tried the second code from a post you referred me to but then the formatting was off.  I need it to display in HHMMSS and it was displaying in decimal minutes.  I can't get both t...

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  • Thanks so much.  That worked.

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  • That update did not work either.  It keeps saying that I am trying to update an unknown version?  I don't have admin rights on my computer because I work for the gov so it is really hard to troubleshoot why?  Suggestions other than the update?  I guess I will just have to delete all the extra the ha...

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  • For some reason when I try to download the fix and update it is telling me I am running an incompatible version?  I am currently running 8.2.1 and downloaded the fix for that version (adobe_livecycle_8_2_qf)?  Suggestions?

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  • I just realized that the known bug in live cycle is creating unnecessary lines of code to my form.  I don't have the ability to update to the most recent live cycle.  Is there any way to fix it without?  Has anyone created a macro or something to remove all the extra lines?  So far I have deleted a ...

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  • So I simplified my script to:if (HasValue(startsamplingtime) and HasValue(endsamplingtime)) thencalcsoaktime = Abs(Time2Num(endsamplingtime.formattedValue, "HH:MM:SS") - Time2Num(startsamplingtime.formattedValue, "HH:MM:SS"))/(60*60*1000);  else calcsoaktime = 24 - Abs(Time2Num(endsamplingtime.forma...

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  • if (HasValue(startsamplingtime) and HasValue(endsamplingtime)) then   var millisecondsPerMinute = 1000 * 60;   var millisecondsPerHour = millisecondsPerMinute * 60;   var interval = Time2Num(endsamplingtime.formattedValue, "HH:MM:SS") - Time2Num(startsamplingtime.formattedValue, "HH:MM:SS");       /...

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  • If I want to add in the day for instances that run over would I have to combine date/time field and do calculation or is there a way I could calculate separately and then concatenate? Thanks

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  • Thanks!  That work perfectly!  My scripting is limited and had already tried multiple codes.Brandi

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  • I need the below to include seconds in the output field.  I have looked everywhere and I'm sure simple.  Please help.if (HasValue(startsamplingtime) and HasValue(endsamplingtime)) thenvar TimeDiff = (Time2Num(endsamplingtime.formattedValue, "HH:MM:SS") - Time2Num(startsamplingtime.formattedValue, "H...

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