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Re: Save As Script with predefined path and file name - Adobe LiveCycle 29-03-2011
Thank you very much for your help.I have created a folder level javascript and referenced the event.target.mySaveDoc(event.target); in the exit event of the field.The leave form will now save to the users local c drive.Your kind assistance is most appreciated.

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Re: Make all text fields read only after signing form - Adobe LiveCycle 01-02-2011
Thank you very much for your help.I found "lock fields after signing" in the object pallete (for the signature field) and clicking on the signature tab.Best regardsJo

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Make all text fields read only after signing form - Adobe LiveCycle 31-01-2011
Hello,I have a live cycle form which needs to have all of the text fields set as read only after signing.The java script has been placed in the post sign event of a digital signature field.for(var i=0;i

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Re: How to display a Clock in a form using LiveCycle - Adobe LiveCycle 10-10-2010
Hello,I have used your script to place a systems clock in an agenda form.I need to use the systems clock with a formcalculation to show an alert 2 minutes before a finish time field is up.The clock stops after a matter of seconds on initializing the form.Can you please refer to the discussion provided in the link and advise how to make the clock keep time, and if possible advise how I can show an alert two minutes before the finish time field is up?Any advice will be most appreciated.Thank youSe...

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Re: Send Message alert for a time field - Adobe LiveCycle 07-10-2010
thank you for your help.I have changed the current time field form calc script to a form ready javascript to show a clock with the current time:pathToField="xfa.form.form1.ActionsHeaderFrame.clock";var t = app.setInterval("obj=new Date();"+pathToField+".rawValue=obj.getHours()+':'+obj.getMinutes()+':'+obj.getSeconds();", 1000); I have changed the formcalc script to suit, but the alert is still not coming up 2 minutes before the finish time.var vEnd = Time2Num(ActionsEndTime.formattedValue, "HH:M...

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Re: Send Message alert for a time field - Adobe LiveCycle 06-10-2010
Thank you for your reply.I have modified the script as you have suggested:var vEnd = Time2Num(ActionsEndTime.formattedValue, "HH:MM") // this is the finish timevar vSec = 2 * 60 * 1000 // time in milliseconds - which is 2 minutesvar vFinish = vEnd - vSec // take away the finish time from 2 minutes to give a new time to trigger to alertvar vcurrent = Time2Num(DateTimeField1.formattedValue, "HH:MM") // this is the current time fieldform1.ActionsHeaderFrame.DateTimeField1.execCalculate() // recalcu...

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Send Message alert for a time field - Adobe LiveCycle 05-10-2010
Hello,I have a finish time field in a memorandum agenda form which I would like an alert (message) sent 2 minutes before the finish time expires.The script has an error message for the "," on line 4.var vEnd = Time2Num(ActionsEndTime.formattedValue, "HH:MM") // this is the finish timevar vSec = 2 * 60 * 1000 // time in milliseconds - which is 2 minutesvar vFinish = vEnd - vSec // take away the finish time from 2 minutes to give a new time to trigger to alertvar vcurrent = form1.ActionsHeaderFram...

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Re: Calculate End Time from a Start Time and Minutes Allocated - Adobe LiveCycle 05-10-2010
Thank you very much for the working sample.I have been able to revise my form so that after the allocated time is entered (numeric field), the start time field will populate with the current time and the end time will populate with the finished time.var vStart = Time2Num(ActionsStartTime.formattedValue, "h:MM A")var vTime = ActionsTime * 60 * 1000var vFinish = vStart + vTime if (HasValue(ActionsTime) & HasValue(ActionsStartTime) ) then $ = Num2Time(vFinish, "HH:MM") else""endifYour help and assi...

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Re: Calculate End Time from a Start Time and Minutes Allocated - Adobe LiveCycle 04-10-2010
Thank you very much for your assistance.I have changed the allocated time field (ActionsTime) to a binding time field.In the End Time Field (ActionsEndTime) I have changed the formcalc function as follows:var Min1 = Time2Num(ActionsTime.formattedValue, "HH:MM")var Start1 = Time2Num(ActionsStartTime.formattedValue, "h:MM A") $ = Num2Time((Start1 + Min1), "H:MM A")The result with user input:Allocated time field input of 00:10 which is equal to (10 minutes)Start time field 10:41 AMEnd time Field re...

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Calculate End Time from a Start Time and Minutes Allocated - Adobe LiveCycle 30-09-2010
Hello,I have a meeting form which needs to have the finish time calculated from a start time and allocated time (in minutes).The allocated time is a text field with the default of "00:00". The user can then enter the number of minutes for the agenda item to take. eg 00:20 would be 20 minutes.The start time is a date/time calculated field which shows the current time after the allocated time has been entered. The formcalc script is :form1.ActionsHeaderFrame.ActionsStartTime.rawValue= num2time(Tim...

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