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Okay so let me describe the form and it's purpose so this all makes sense. Basically it is a monthly inventory list that personnel enter the expiration date of numerous items with the intention of making it easy for our supply person to order the stuff that is going out. Mind you that there could be 100+ items to do this for on a document. The company is 501(c)(3) and can't afford to buy some expensive inventory program to do this stuff, and we are in the medical profession so this is beyond "ou...

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Update:If anyone else ends up with this issue, I resolved it by changing the Validation and data patterns to num{zzzzzzzzzzzz9} and left the Display and Edit patterns as currency. Still not sure why this suddenly became an issue after 18 months but atleast it's working now.

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So I have a timesheet document that we have been using for ages with no issues. I input the information, then save and exit. When i open it back up, the dollar amounts that had been previously entered are back to $0.00. I have never made any changes to this document whatsoever, its all just numbers that get added up and totaled at the bottom. The fields that are doing this have no custom scripting, and the scripting that totals i will post below. It just strikes me as weird that it worked with a...

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I am trying to make a field change its fill color based on its expiration date. I have tried to figure out a way to do it using the action builder to no avail. Example:User enters expiration date in the date fieldif the date is greater than 90 days out the fill color stays whiteif the date is greater than 60 days out but less than 90 days out it turns greenif the date is greater than 30 days out but less than 60 days out it turns yellowif the date is less than 30 days out it turns redI was easil...

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I am having issues getting a calculation script written, so if anyone could help me out i would be much obliged.What i have thus far is:$ = ((SOWEDW1.rawValue)*2) + ((SOTHURSW1.rawValue)*2) + ((SOFRIW1.rawValue)*2) + ((SOSATW1.rawValue)*2) + ((SOSUNW1.rawValue)*2) + ((SOMONW1.rawValue)*2) + ((SOTUESW1.rawValue)*2)This is completing the desired effect which is the Total is = to the value of all hours worked multiplied by 2($).The way our system works is 1 hour on call = 2$, if you are on call for...

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