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Beachbum2015
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  • 22-09-2015
    It seems that will only work with text fields. I have 98 numeric fields that I would need to change, and then I'm summing all of the expenses for each day at the bottom of each column. Each column total is derived with this formula: sum (Table_Exp.Row1[*].Amount1). If I change all of the numeric fie...

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  • 21-09-2015
    This image better explains what I would like to do....

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  • 20-09-2015
    No replies yet. Must be someone out there that has come across this need.Anyone??

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  • 15-09-2015
    I created a new expense form with a bunch of numeric fields for things such as transportation, lodging, meals, etc. This form replaced an Excel spreadsheet. Everything works fine, but now users miss the Excel sum (=) function to manually calculate a total for a field themselves.For example, a user h...

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  • 14-09-2015
    Magus,The problem with this solution is that it will turn off field highlighting for ALL fields. It may help with the fields I want to color, but all of the other fields will be white, confusing the user.Also, turning off highlighting with my form will leave the user with this feature disabled. I wo...

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  • 13-09-2015
    Well....it does work...BUT, as you mentioned, there's no way to ensure that users will disable Highlight Fields.Unfortunately, I can't use the solution. It has to work without requiring the users to modify any settings. They must be able to open the document and have it work without having to do any...

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  • 12-09-2015
    Magus069,This does not work either. Field color only changes when clicking on field.

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  • 12-09-2015
    XIIIX,That's the code I mentioned in my original post. But, you're getting close....I opened your modified form in Reader, and the field's value color changes now, but only after you click in the field. Once you leave the field, the value color reverts back to the default.The goal is to have the val...

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  • 11-09-2015
    BTW, I'm using LiveCycle Designer ES4. I made the change to the field's XML, then tried to preview, but no change in color.

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  • 11-09-2015
    Hi Magus069,Thanks for your input. Unfortunately, no luck with the suggestion.I created a new form with just one text field and applied your suggested code to the XML for the field. No color change.Here's the form that I created as a test: http://tinyurl.com/o32e76pHere's the field's XML: (The addit...

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