Check the hierarchy palette in designer to double check the button is in
the same level as the other items on your form.From: flgal3fll
To: dennis gill Date:
01/18/2011 06:00 PMSubject: CheckBox Circle with no fill?Just a bit more
information on my current problem. I can get the script associated with
the button to control attributes of the button itself. However, I can
NOT get the script associated with the button to control attributes of
other items in the form! Does that make sense to anyone?...
You may have one of your variable misspelled. I see a pattern in your
naming scheme except for this object, page36.enrol_affchidtwo_sub. The
word "two" is lower case instead of upper case, "TWO" like all the other
objects. This may be the cause of your weird behavior.Thanks
I have one more idea. Instead of using radio buttons use a regular
button and remove all the formatting to look more like plain text. On
the click event of the button show or not show the circle.Good luck.
I'm using LiveCycle Designer 9. You're right Circle objects can not have
Circle1.presence="visible" or Circle1.presence="invisible".I hope this
Add a circle object to your form and when the user selects Yes or No
Circle1.presence="visible" and to have the circle disappear type
a numeric type then multiply this with the other numeric field. The code
would look something like:Total.rawValue = numericField.rawValue *
Changing the text box's apperance to None will remove the black border.
If you only want the border to disappear when printing you might be able
to add some code to the print button to change the appearance of the
text box before the form is printed.