since ‎11-06-2008
‎10-12-2019
mistersing
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zoom to fit width mistersing - Adobe LiveCycle
I am dealing with a document that has 3 different masterpages all of different sizes. Yes this is necessary as it turns out. My problem is that when navigating from one page to another, the page that is navigated to does not fill the screen the way I need it to. I'm looking for a JavaScript that will work in LiveCycle in the same fashion that - this.zoomType = zoomtype.fitW; - works in Acrobat. Is there a script that will allow my pages to "fit to width" in LiveCycle when navigating from one to ...
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Re: JavaScripting linear fill mistersing - Adobe LiveCycle
In a button or field you can use the following code to add a fill or background color:fieldname.border.fill.color.value = "255,0,0";I would like to be able to do the same thing with a top to bottom linear (gradient) background 2-color fill.
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JavaScripting linear fill mistersing - Adobe LiveCycle
Trying to get a linear fill, top to bottom, in a button or field using JavaScripting so I can change the colors when needed. Adobe documentation says it can be done, but is not clear as to how to get the desired result. Any ideas?Thank you.
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Re: Opening a new pdf file using JavaScript in LiveCycle mistersing - Adobe LiveCycle
Hi - sorry I wasn't more specific. I would like to open a specific PDF file in Reader without having to fish through the "open" file dialog box for the file in question. I would simply like to click on a check box within one form and automatically have another one open in Reader.
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Opening a new pdf file using JavaScript in LiveCycle mistersing - Adobe LiveCycle
I want to set up a checkbox using the "click" event so that when it is clicked, a completely separate and specific pdf file will open (I would like the file to simply open without having to "fish" for it in a dialog box). Is there a way to do this?thanks.
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add fields, buttons, etc. using JavaScript? mistersing - Adobe LiveCycle
Is there a way to dynamically add or delete subforms and form fields (text fields, numeric fields, drop down fields, etc.) using a JavaScript function in a button click event? I'm not talking about visibility, but actually creating them from scratch or deleting them from the page completely using JavaScript? I know this can be done typically using a combination of JavaScript and CSS, but I'm wondering if there is a way to accomplish this in LiveCycle Designer.
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