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Re: Hide Button / Lock Fields after form is completed - Adobe LiveCycle 23-11-2015
If you are using Acrobat, and not LiveCycle Designer, you'll need a different script. I'd check over in the Acrobat forums.

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Re: Resources for from design - best practices for layout? - Adobe LiveCycle 31-01-2014
The grid is your friend. Especially helps for vertical alignment for automatic tab order.I use points for the grid with an interval of 4/pc (1/4th of a pica or 1/24th of an inch). This gives a grid of 3 points and I do all my field and caption measurements in multiples of 3 points, it works really well for me. I'm from a prepress and typesetting background so points aren't too weird for me.

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Re: Can I make a Text Box in LiveCycle be flowable in a PDF - Adobe LiveCycle 31-01-2014
You can do this with floating fields. I haven't used them much but there are some good references on them kicking around the web.

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Re: Resources for from design - best practices for layout? - Adobe LiveCycle 31-01-2014
Forms that Work is a good book for form design, it's focused more on web forms but a lot of the information translates to paper or pdf forms as well.http://www.formsthatwork.com/I used to follow some of the stuff at uxmatters.com, here's a list from them on top books (a bit old now). I haven't tried the other books.http://www.uxmatters.com/mt/archives/2010/12/the-top-5-books-about-form-design.phpCreating Dynamic Forms with Adobe LiveCycle Designer by J.P. Terry is a great book that covers design...

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Re: Javascript to clear a populated field - Adobe LiveCycle 14-01-2014
Set the rawValue to "". So: CST.rawValue = "";You can put that (and the clearItems() line) above the if statement - it has to happen every time so no need to repeat it in each if statement.

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Re: Dynamically populate text field based on result of on-the-fly calculation? - Adobe LiveCycle 02-01-2014
Your syntax for figuring out the values is a little wonky. You need to test if the value is between two numbers so basically: if value >= lownumber AND value <= highnumber.I would put the code on the Calculate event of the risk classification field - being as it is a calculated field the Change or Exit events aren't going to do anything. (You don't need semicolons or rawvalue for FormCalc. $ equals "this" (the current field).)if ($ ge 16 and $ le 20) then Classification = "Extreme"elseif ($ ge 1...

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Re: Firing Two Scripts One After Another - Adobe LiveCycle 02-01-2014
Check this example for using two buttons to accomplish what you're after. Basically, your validate/lock script goes on a visible "submit" button and then fires the click event of a second button that does the actual submission.http://www.assuredynamics.com/index.php/portfolio/check-if-form-is-signed-before-emailing/

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Re: Check box value assigned by Numeric Field rawValue - Adobe LiveCycle 19-12-2013
What event do you have the code on? For it to check the value of the other field it should probably be on the Calculate event.I would reverse the script and put it on the Exit event of the "JhammerPassed" field (unless that is a calculated total).

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Re: Copying and displaying user input value in repeatable table - Adobe LiveCycle 17-12-2013
You need to get the index (instance number) of the row you are trying to access.Try this on the layout:ready event of your sm field://get index of current rowvar i = this.parent.index;//if current index is greater than zero pull value from previous rowif (i > 0) { this.rawValue = this.resolveNode("Row1[" + (i - 1) + "].em").rawValue;}

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Re: Saving a form trhat everyone can open - Adobe LiveCycle 17-12-2013
Also on Macintosh is make sure it is Reader opening the file and not Apple's Preview app.

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