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Is it possible to open/use a form on a mobile device (iPhone or Android phone) that was designed in LiveCycle Designer ES4?
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Hello,I was hoping that someone could clear this up (I may have been mislead). I created a dynamic drop down form, using Java Script in LiveCycle Designer ES4, and was wanting to disperse the form to employees so that they could use it on their mobile devices (iPhone/Android). Is this possible? I would greatly appreciate any insight/help!

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Bruce,This worked great! Again, thank you. You've been a tremendous help!

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Bruce,Thank you! So simple, should have known..I want to thank you for all of your help thus far. I have one last question. I would like a message box to pop up if a certain option is selected in the drop down. Lets say they select "Option 3" under "Green and Nissan". Currently, I have a list box that automatically populates with the information I want after this selection is made, but I would also like a message box to popup on certain options. Is this possible?

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Bruce,Good morning. Yes, the part numbers are unique. Is there any way to have them listed on top of each other? Such as:Option 1Option 2 Option 3etc.

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BR001_ACP,This worked like a charm! Thank you for all of your help!I do have one more question.I would like for the final drop down selection to automatically populate a list or text field, but I am unsure how to write the code. I have this (see below), but it only shows the last option in the text field (Option 3). Is there anyway to have the field show all three?Text Field is cboPartNumber switch(this.rawValue){ case cboModel.rawValue == "Nissan" && "Green": cboPartNumber.rawValue = ("Option 1...

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I am using JavaScript Coding in LiveCycle and developing dependent drop-down boxes but I am having difficulty writing the correct code. See example below. I am trying to use a multiple case function that references an option that is listed numerous times in the previous drop-down. The problem that I am running into is that when I reference Chevy or Nissan and any color, it is returning the results of the color under the "Ford" column only. I will still see the color options (Blue, Black, Green a...

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