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Make Button cells in a table print & display differently - Adobe LiveCycle 01-08-2012
Is there a way to make a Button cell print a single line for the border without printing the text, and still make it look like a button on the screen? By still looking like a button, I am looking for a raised border and grey background. Basically I want to set attrinutes for printing different than the display.screen attributes. I am sure this could be done with code, but was hoping for something cleaner.Karl

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Re: Can't get buttons to add/remove parts of a complex table - Adobe LiveCycle 31-07-2012
Ugggh!!! I set the File->Properties Default : Server PDF Render Format to dynamic and didn't do the Save As. I guess that vacation wasn't so good for me after all... Thank you.Karl

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Can't get buttons to add/remove parts of a complex table - Adobe LiveCycle 31-07-2012
I have a form with tables inside tables and need to add/remove lines and entire sections of the table, but can't seem to get the buttons to work. The form can be found here: https://acrobat.com/#d=aS0xCt4bzIRGqip-HBtrXg When I open the form in acrobat and try the buttons, I am prompted to save the form, but nothing is added/removed. Eventually I need to fill in a second form with the same data, or else this table wouldn't be so complicated. Any idea as to what I am missing here? Karl

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Guidance on a form - Adobe LiveCycle 19-07-2012
Hello,I have a Livecycle document that will ultimately be comprised of 2 Forms. The final appearance of the forms needs to match a client's form, we are trying to move from filing these in by hand. The second form contains data that is repeated fro the first. If I collect the data correctly in the first form, I can fully automate the second form.Below is the proposed table for the first form. The data consists of work accomplished by various contractors on a construction site, and could include ...

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Nested Tables not flowing as desired - Adobe LiveCycle 17-07-2012
I have a form with nested tables that I want to flow down a page. the form is here: https://acrobat.com/#d=PzZppJnMQxf2GcbPYKvArQ Currently Table2 nests to the right, and not down the page. Any idea as to what I need to do to get the table to flow down the page and not across?Karl

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Re: Run exit event code on keyboard exit and not mouse exit - Adobe LiveCycle 16-07-2012
Perfect! Thank you. Niall. I also found the Shift property helpful since the commitKey property did not return the correct direction. I made the following code, changing the end to go to the correct locations based on where the user is. In some cases it would go to either direction// Declare some variables var i = this.parent.index;var i2 = xfa.event.commitKey;var testResult = 0;// Determine how the user exited the fieldswitch (i2){ case 0: //value is not set, such as an escape key, so do nothin...

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Run exit event code on keyboard exit and not mouse exit - Adobe LiveCycle 16-07-2012
It appears the exit event runs on a table's cell (type text field) whenever you select a new cell with the mouse. I have the need to force a Tab or Enter to set keyboard focus to a different cell in a different table. That is easy enough to have happen, but when you select a location with the mouse, the exit event appears to run, and over-rides the keyboard focus to the location I am forcing. Is there a way to skip the code if the exit event occurs from non-keyboard input?

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Re: Remove a row from multiple tables - Adobe LiveCycle 28-06-2012
Thank you, Niall. Much appreciated!The Delete button was more to make sure one could delete these outside a button in the actual row and I see I had the index wrong such that I was deleting the second row and not the first. I had toyed with using this as a hidden button if I could pass the index to the event's function.I had not thought of adding the reference to each row as a variable. It seems to work very well.For future reference to others, here is the code from the cellRemoveButton click ev...

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Re: Remove a row from multiple tables - Adobe LiveCycle 28-06-2012
Niall,Thank you for the response.This is one of the examples I saw prior to posting. Correct me if I am wrong, but doesn't this use a delete button on each table where the first table's button basically click's the button on the second table as well, then each button delete's the given line? I am trying to avoid doing that due to the nature of my tables. They need to appear as 1 large table and do not believe this is possible with this method since I have 3 tables next to each other.Based on thi...

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Re: Circle day abbreviation - Adobe LiveCycle 28-06-2012
You can find it here: https://acrobat.com/#d=7M8R50rEHf4AaVXppwyKLw

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