Yes, I have three 2-button groups, associated with three hide/unhide
single-row tables (i.e. a row of a few cells in which to answer if 'Y'
selected), but they are all in the same subform.The code snippet you
suggest looks like something I've seen in the forum, but that uses
'decision.choice'. Unfortunately these methods are unfamiliar to me (as
is most coding!), but I'll delve in.Thanks again.
Oh... using the exit event caused chaos 🙂No doubt due to the way I set
up my fields, but for some reason the buttons then needed to be clicked
twice before any reaction, then the visibility was reversed (set visible
made the field invisible, and vice-versa) and finally the 'N' buttons
had an effect on all three fields, not just the one in the
statement.Maybe I should try a different coding method altogether, but
given that the form works OK for all my local users with ReaderX I'm
I've somewhat lost faith in LiveCycle due to the apparent
unpredictability of what happens to the form for various users. I've
really no idea whether this is due to their versions of Reader, Acrobat,
Windows, or just the weather on the day, but I'll have another go at
trying to find out.I have (for example) a pair of mutually exclusive
radio buttons with checkbox appearance, with Y/N options. The Y option
is meant to display a further question (that is normally hidden).The N
option retains the h...
Maybe I'm over simplifying (not being an expert user myself), but don't
you just create an image field on the master page and use the Action
when the button field is checked and unchecked?Having said that, I just
tried it and although the actions are there it doesn't seem to
Ive created a dynamic pdf form with LC Designer 220.127.116.1101008.1.734299,
which reports itself as compatible with Acrobat and Reader 8.1 or
later.Forms completed in Reader 8,9 and X seem to be coming in
correctly.However, a form completed by a customer in Acrobat Standard 8
behaves oddly:-When opened in Acrobat Pro 8.3 it correctly renders with
all fields that should now be visible, visible and content that should
now be hidden, hidden.However, when opened in Reader 9 or Acro Pro X,
fields that s...
Many thanks Niall;Good of you to share your expertise when you have a
business to run.Adding the 2nd parameter did the job as you would
expect. I added the 'back to visible' (Screen Only) code to the
postPrint event... that works, but is that the correct (neatest) way to
achieve the result?To achieve the alternative of printing the Guidelines
only (Text6) you suggest hiding the main pages in the click event.
Forgive the numptie question....does this have to be done by
individually hiding each su...
Apologies for being a tad lazy.... after finally getting my head around
the basics of dynamic forms, and succesfully creating the form I wanted,
hopeless) brain will probably take months to comprehend the code
required for the final piece of the puzzle.In its freshly opened state,
my form has all the user-entry fields on page one, and a text field
object on page 2 containing completion guidelines.As the form may expand