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Re: Getting percentages to display and work
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In it what tab of the pattern do I put that in? So far I was using this formula in javascript:if (this.rawValue != null) { this.rawValue = Math.abs(this.rawValue); if (this.rawValue >= 1) { this.rawValue = this.rawValue / 100; }}if (this.rawValue == null || this.rawValue <= 1) true;else false;I am not sure that is what I should be using. I used your line but it still multiplies it by a 100. It now just says for example 36% but it still multiplies by 3600 How do I stop that?Thanks for your help

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Re: Flexibile Data Entry Field for Percent Numbers.
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I used your script and settings and the script works but for some reason when I enter the number into the form it changes it to .4% instead of 36%. It is still doing the computations correctly but just displaying .4 until you click on it and then it will display 36%. hope this makes sense.Dave

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I have been having a issue where the user enters a number into the form, for example "23". The user has to enter ".23" instead. Is there a way for the user to be able to just enter "23"? I am using LiveCycle 8.2.1 and have tried just about everything I can think of. I am a novice when it comes to Adobe and would really appreciate some help.Thanks Dave

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