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Re: Calculating months instead of days - Adobe LiveCycle 05-06-2011
Hey Bibhu,Thanks for coming back to me on this, but where is the link?Peta

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Versions of Reader prior to 9 can't use forms - Adobe LiveCycle 05-06-2011
Help! My client is mightily mad. They have people using versions 7 and 8 or Reader who can't use the forms I'm creating on ES2. I've enabled reader access and I've saved them as being Adobe Reader 7.0.5 enabled - so what on earth else am I supposed to be doing???Thanks,Peta

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Calculating months instead of days - Adobe LiveCycle 01-06-2011
Dammit! My client wasn't happy with me calculating 90 days from a given date field.He wants 3 months.So I thought I'd solved my problem, but I haven't. Can anyone help me to calculate 3 months instead of 90 days.eg. If the 'from' date is 23/05/11, he wants the 'to' date to result in 23/08/11. Which of course will not necessarily be 90 days.Thanks,Peta

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Re: Calculate 3 months from date - Adobe LiveCycle 01-06-2011
I solved my own problem.I was looking for a complicated solution, but chose to make it 90 days instead of 3 months and this is how I did it using FormCalc.$ = Num2Date((Date2Num(PTFromDate.formattedValue, "DD/MM/YYYY") + 90), "DD/MM/YYYY")Works perfectly. However if the client insists on a 3 month calculation instead of 90 days, then I'm still stuck.Peta

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Reset Form button - Adobe LiveCycle 01-06-2011
I've used the Reset Form button from the Object pallette, and it modified it to give a warning and a chance to cancel if you don't want to clear the form. But it doesn't matter whether you choose to or not, it still clears the form.Here's my code:if(xfa.host.messageBox("This will clear all data from the fields and reset defaults. Are you sure?", "Clear all form fields",2,2)){ xfa.host.resetData();xfa.form.remerge();}What have I done wrong?Thanks,Peta

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Calculate 3 months from date - Adobe LiveCycle 01-06-2011
Hi,I need to calculate exactly 3 months from a given date. Given the number of days in months vary, what kind of script do I need to achieve this?Thanks,Peta

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Re: Folder level function - Adobe LiveCycle 01-06-2011
Radzmar, long time no see.... I've been doing other stuff for a while and just returned recently to the LiveCycle work.Thanks for this info. I've got lots to read up on, so tomorrow's going to be my big reading day.Thanks,Peta

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Re: manually created submit buttons & mandatory fields - Adobe LiveCycle 31-05-2011
ah thanks Niall, I'll get reading and get back to you.Peta

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Re: Link within text field to another field - Adobe LiveCycle 31-05-2011
But of course. I should have thought of that. What a wally I am.Thanks again Niall,Peta

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manually created submit buttons & mandatory fields - Adobe LiveCycle 31-05-2011
Hi,I included a Submit & an Email button in some of my forms. I've set them up as Regular buttons and coded them myself to do what I want eg:if(xfa.host.messageBox("Please save this form before emailing or data will be lost","Save Form",1,1)) app.execMenuItem("SaveAs"); var sEmail = form1.Pg2.PtESF.Mgremail.rawValue;var sSubject = ("Permit to Train Request by " + form1.Pg1.PtASF.FirstNameFld.rawValue + " " + form1.Pg1.PtASF.LastNameFld.rawValue);var sBody = "Please approve the Permit to Train Re...

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