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E-mail submit button not working properly - Adobe LiveCycle 06-02-2015
Hello, I am on Win 7 and using Adobe LiveCycle 9.0.0.2, and have a big problem. I have an e-mail button with the following code:form1.#subform[0].Button1::click - (JavaScript, client)var strToAddress2, subjtag2, strSubject2, strMessage2, strMessage3strToAddress2 = "ADDRESS1@company.com";subjtag2 = "SUBJECTTAG1 ";strSubject2 = "SUBJECTTAG2";strMessage2 = txtMessage2.rawValue;strMessage3 = "\n\n**E-MAIL BODY TEXT.**";event.target.submitForm({cURL:"mailto:"+ strToAddress2 + "?subject=" + subjtag2 +...

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Digital signatures not working for LiveCycle forms in Acrobat Reader - Adobe LiveCycle 16-10-2014
Hello, when I create a Form in LiveCycle Designer with signature fields, I open the form in Acrobat XI and save the form with extended features (File-->Save As Other-->Extended Features-->Enable Tools), but then when I open the "extended features" form in Acrobat Reader, the signature fields do not work (click the field, but no signature prompt appears). I do not have this problem when extended features are enabled in Acrobat X. Why do they not work when they are enabled in Acrobat XI?

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Can you make an "X" across a table cell? - Adobe LiveCycle 31-01-2013
Is there any easy way to make an "X" across a table cell? I'd like to draw two lines to opposite corners of the cell and have it appear as an "X", but each time I draw the second line and try to put it in the table cell, it always automatically becomes a single diagonal line that changes direction.

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Re: Calculating the mean (average) of user-entered numbers? - Adobe LiveCycle 11-10-2012
Perfect yes, I figured this out on my own JUST as you posted your reply, thanks!

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Calculating the mean (average) of user-entered numbers? - Adobe LiveCycle 11-10-2012
I'm trying to find a script that will calculate the average (mean) of user-entered data, the user may enter anywhere between 1 and 6 number values. This is what I've tried in FormCalc:var dcount=1;if Row3.Cell6 !=null then (dcount=dcount+1);if Row4.Cell6 !=null then (dcount=dcount+1);if Row5.Cell6 !=null then (dcount=dcount+1);if Row6.Cell6 !=null then (dcount=dcount+1);if Row7.Cell6 !=null then (dcount=dcount+1);(Row2.Cell6 + Row3.Cell6 + Row4.Cell6 + Row5.Cell6 + Row6.Cell6 + Row7.Cell6) / dco...

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Re: Display data - how to pattern to display to nearest 0.01%? - Adobe LiveCycle 10-10-2012
Works for what I intend, although I did have to add a multiplication factor of 100 to the result. Thanks.

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Display data - how to pattern to display to nearest 0.01%? - Adobe LiveCycle 10-10-2012
I'm trying to get a calculated value to display to the nearest 0.01%. The forumla is simple: 288/12237 = 2.35%. However, when I set the data pattern to any of the percent options, the only number the calculation returns is 2%. How can I get the value to return as 2.35%?

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Re: Question - calculation for two user-entered numbers - Adobe LiveCycle 10-10-2012
Thanks, I did finally figure it out, and your way works fine. The way I found isif (valueB ne 0 & HasValue (valueB)) thenvalueA/valueBelsenullendif

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Question - calculation for two user-entered numbers - Adobe LiveCycle 09-10-2012
I have a form where the user is required to enter two values (A and B) in order to perform a calculation. Problem is, the calculation is A/B, so when they enter Value A, an overflow error message immediately pops up on the form (because it is trying to divide by zero).What is the script so that the error message does not appear, so the user can enter both A and B values without the overflow error immediately appearing upon entering value A?

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Electronic signature problems - documents are corrupting - Adobe LiveCycle 03-07-2012
I've been having periodic issues with people trying to electronically sign PDFs. Saving the document to a server, having the signatories open it (one person at a time!) and then trying to sign and then getting an error message "The document could not be signed". This corrupts the file in terms of signatures; once that error appears, nobody else can sign any other signature space, they get the same error message, and signatures are deemed "invalid".Has anyone else experienced this issue, and if s...

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