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Re: Visible (Screen Only) not working properly - Adobe LiveCycle 07-06-2011
I was having this same issue, and after reading this post, tried the following...1) Changing the version of my document to v8.Result: this didn't work. Objects marked "visible: screen only" still print.2) Creating a NEW form in v8. Copying and pasting the objects from my previous form in this form.Result: this works. Objects marked "visible: screen only" still print.So based on this little experiment, and the previous posts here, I think it is safe to say that the document must be created as v8 ...

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Re: Updating TextBox with an Array value on DropDown Exit (javascript) - Adobe LiveCycle 05-06-2011
Hi all,Nevermind, it was an issue with referencing in my function.sco.searchCPL(commercialProductList, ProductSelected)...should have been...sco.searchCPL(sco.commercialProductList, sco.ProductSelected)...as these were also being stored globally.Cheers,Stanbridge

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Updating TextBox with an Array value on DropDown Exit (javascript) - Adobe LiveCycle 02-06-2011
Hi all,For the purposes if this example, assume that the following function...sco.searchCPL(commercialProductList, ProductSelected)...would pull an array of items as follows..."North Sydney Vehicles - Online", "NorthSydney_Vehicles_Online", "users", 48.40, 2.42, 0.97On my actual form, I have two objects - a DropDown called "Item2Product" and a TextBox called "Item2Cost".In the "EXIT" section of the Item2Product dropdown I am attempting to update the text in the Item2Cost object as follows...var ...

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Re: Help! Referencing a "variable variable" using Javascript. - Adobe LiveCycle 26-05-2011
Hi there,Thanks for the reply, and yes you're right it IS a bit of an elephant. However, when I posted it, I had formatted it so that one little bit was highlighted showing the problematic portion of code. The rest was just there for background (and was formatted to be much friendlier to read).For some reason this forum wipes all text formatting. Anyway, here's the query - now extracted from the elephant...Let's say that stored in my form1.SCO variables object there is the following...var Citysc...

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Help! Referencing a "variable variable" using Javascript. - Adobe LiveCycle 25-05-2011
Hi folks,I am have trouble referencing a "variable variable" using Javascript. Details below...Under my hierarchy for "form1" I have a block of variables called sco.It contains the following variables and functions...//////////////////////////////////////////// BEGIN: BUILD COMMERCIAL PRODUCT LIST ////////////////////////////////////////////var commercialProductList=new Array(new Array("Sydney Cityscope - Online","Sydney_Cityscope_Online"),new Array("Sydney Cityscope - Hard Copy","Sydney_Citysco...

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Re: How do I use JS to set values for their corresponding dropdown labels? - Adobe LiveCycle 20-04-2011
Hi Paul,Thanks for the reply. Yep, I googled that solution which somebody else had mentioned in another forum. So sounds like it could be what most people do.That said, I just moved my setting of the text field to the Exit event and it all worked, see below....----- form1.#subform[0].Item2Product::exit: - (FormCalc, client) -----------------------------------Item2QuantityType.rawValue = this.rawValue;Works good enough for me!Thanks anyway though mate. Good to have another solution on standby sho...

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Re: How do I use JS to set values for their corresponding dropdown labels? - Adobe LiveCycle 19-04-2011
Ah, nevermind. Got it...----- form1.#subform[0].Item2Product::change: - (FormCalc, client) ---------------------------------Item2QuantityType.rawValue= Item2Product.rawValue;That works.Now, if I can just figure out a way to make it update the text immediately on selection change INCLUDING the first selection I make!(At present, I have to select something, then select something else to get the corresponding text field to update!)

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How do I use JS to set values for their corresponding dropdown labels? - Adobe LiveCycle 19-04-2011
I want to loop through an array of 2-element arrays to populate a dropdown list.Each item in this dropdown list should have a "label" and a corresponding "value" (like the "value" attribute is to the tagsn in HTML).In my top-level script object I have the following://////////////////////////////////////////// BEGIN: BUILD COMMERCIAL PRODUCT LIST ////////////////////////////////////////////varcommercialProductList=new Array(newArray("Sydney Cityscope - Online","sydney_cityscope_online"),newArray...

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Re: How do I set global variables for use by ALL form1.#subform[0] items? - Adobe LiveCycle 18-04-2011
That's Brilliant fbook!Works a treat.  Thanks heaps!Cheers,Stanbridge

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Re: How do I set global variables for use by ALL form1.#subform[0] items? - Adobe LiveCycle 18-04-2011
Thanks fbook,Dammit, I didn't even notice I still had it set to FormCalc in the initialise. That said, I changed this to JS and still no luck referencing the vars within in another section.I think I understand your comments re referencing, but how do I "Insert a scripting object near the top of the hierarchy"? (sorry, probably a noob question).Is that just adding another (do these represent "scripting objects"?):----- form1.#subform[0]::initialize: - (JavaScript, client) ------------------------...

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