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Re: Always show a part of a form - like freeze panes in Excel
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Great idea Stephen! Could maybe do something where it 'pages' across on an tab. Hmm interesting. Thanks Lewis

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Always show a part of a form - like freeze panes in Excel
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lewis4242
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In Excel you can lock cells so that they always appear no matter where you scroll. Has anyone done anything similar with livecycle? I'm designing a wide form with a table and I'd like to keep some values visible on the left as the user scrolls to the right. Any advice, ideas or inspiration greatly recieved!

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Re: How to show current page number in formcalc?
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Perfect, thanks Radzmar!

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How to show current page number in formcalc?
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I have a client who won't allow JavaScript in their forms for security reasons. I'm trying to convert the JS I've used to work with FormCalc instead, but I don't have much experience with FC and I'm stuck at the first hurdle.I want to display the current and total pages in the master page and I've changed the generated code to use FormCalc and changed to use the dollar reference, but the form doesn't render the current page number.Here's the code return.#pageSet[0].Restricted.CurrentPageNumber::...

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Re: page break for each new record
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I got a solution for this, for me anyway. Instead of doing 'Go to next page' as the after event on the pagination tab, I setup a conditional break to add a new page with the following javascript condition:this.index < this.parent._person.count -1where is the name of the subform to be repeated

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Re: Adding a new table row at a click of a button
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Did you save it as a dynamic PDF? Do save as and then change the type in the dropdown. I was stuck on this four hours last week and that did it for me.

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Re: page break for each new record
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- Adobe LiveCycle
I have the same issue, I am repeating data and want a new page after each new table so I have set the 'after' value to be 'go to next page' in the pagination tab for the table.Where does the new page live in the model? How can I remove it?ThanksLewis

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2D Table/Matrix Page Break Issue
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ExpertsI have to develop a fairly complicated Adobe Form with a data connection. In real life this will work with a connection from a web dynpro component, but I've built a basic proof of concept using an XML file.Essentially I need to display a matrix which can grow both to the right and downwards depending on the data. After reading the excellent article by Stefan Cameron (http://forms.stefcameron.com/2006/10/28/scripting-table-columns/) I've built two prototypes which work as long as the data...

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Re: Index of subform issue
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- Adobe LiveCycle
I got it sorted, school boy error on my part: had the field marked as global as I wanted to use the values in another place on the form, but I just repeated the logic in the second place.Next time I'll post up screen grabs.

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Index of subform issue
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lewis4242
- Adobe LiveCycle
I'm stuck on this and would really appreciate any help or advice anyone has.I've got a set of repeating tables and I'd like to show the index number for the current one. The structure is like this:- Values [subform] - Table2 - HeaderRow - costObjectKey [text field] - RowI want to show the index in the costObjectKey text field, so in the initialize event I've added the following script:xfa.host.messageBox( this.resolveNode("$.parent.parent.parent").name + "[" + this.resolveNode("$.parent.parent.p...

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