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Hyperlinks can be created by using a button with app.launchURL and styled text. JavaScript needs to be enabled in Adobe Reader when viewing documents with these hyperlinks. Hyperlinks can also be created dynamically by inserting into rich text fields. Adobe Reader 9.1 (at least) is required to view documents with these hyperlinks. Such hyperlinks also appear to require JavaScript enabled; I'm not sure why. Is there any way of creating a dynamic mailto hyperlink that doesn't require JavaScript to...

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Re: Rich text fields, field locking, and form saving/re-opening
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Thank you Bruce for your very helpful links.I see that I had incorrectly formed the rich text body tag. I had omitted:xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xmlns:xfa="http://www.xfa.org/schema/xfa-data/1.0/"I had also been unable to get the &body= of the mailto working, and see that I should have had & as in:var sURL = "mailto:" + sTo + "?subject=" + sSubject + "\&body=" + sBody;All appears to work as expected. Great links. Thanks!Robin

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I have a LiveCycle form that has 2 text fields (email and info) and a button. When the button is pressed, the 2 text fields are set readonly and the button is set hidden. A rich text field is populated to provide a mailto link using the email and info text fields:form1.firstpage.HyperlinkSF.rtField.value.exData.loadXML(sRichText, false, true);This appears to work fine, but when I save the form and re-open it, the readonly fields are now editable and the button has re-appeared. If I remove the fu...

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Re: Conditional break - first instance of repeating subforms
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All I had to do was test for this.index:higherlevelforms._mysubform.count > 1 && this.index > 0

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I have a repeated subform (new instances added by a button). It is flowed and page breaks within content are allowed. Pagination is set to Following Previous/Continue filling Parent. I want all instances of the subform to start on a new page, except for the first instance.I feel this can be achieved by specifying a Conditional Break. I set to "Break Before", but what do I specify as the When condition? I have tried a When condition of:higherlevelforms._mysubform.count > 1This causes all subforms...

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