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AEM Forms Designer standalone for existing Adobe LiveCycle Designer customers
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Hello AEM Forms Support Team, The "End of Core Support Notice for Adobe LiveCycle" indicates that "existing Adobe LiveCycle Designer customers also have the option to request purchasing AEM Forms Designer standalone." I own a standalone LCES4 Forms Designer software license (registered to this account). Please advise how can I take advantage of this offer/option to purchase AEM Forms Designer standalone. Thanks - David [ https://helpx.adobe.com/au/support/adobe-livecycle-end-of-core-support.html...

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Re: Copy field contents on button click in adaptive form
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Mate, I had this exact problem and the same experience of going around in circles for hours. I'm still an old-school LC Designer developer and I'm eager to get the code right. Your code helped me and I'll share mine in an effort to iterate towards a final acceptable method.. var copyText = document.querySelector("#input");copyText.select( vForm.oPage.sfpControlPanel.txtVersion.rawValue );document.execCommand("copy"); method source: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/Add-ons/WebExte...

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Any advice on how to source the original BRINKMAN worked examples/sample forms?
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JOHN BRINKMAN famously provided some very useful XFA forms to new and experienced LiveCycle Form Designers via his Adobe blog. Does anyone have a repository of Brinkmans' collected works..? Another very helpful resource was the collection of worked examples provided directly by Adobe (not the standard forms included in the EN/Samples/ folder). I have attached (an image) of one or two to remind other veterans of the original 'Better by Adobe' sample set..

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