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  • in reply to: Duplicate Submissions #6375

    phillip
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    Are you making sure that execution stops if the ‘Check Mandatory’ behavior fails?

    in reply to: Sorting Table #6187

    phillip
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    As an additional note, taking your numbers sort, the second “Last Behavior was Successful” branch can direct towards a few more statements that Copy the Sorted table to the Original table, in case you want the original to be sorted as well.

    Thanks again for sharing this, it’s very elegant!

    in reply to: Sorting Table #6186

    phillip
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    pmeidinger, I like that your tables add random values upon adding a row, that’ll help me do future testing : ). The sorts are very nice as well, I did a sort in the past but it’s extremely ugly compared to yours. Thanks for sharing this!

    It would be great to have this as a feature in the future though, so we don’t have create individual behaviors for each table.

    in reply to: Count characters typed #6185

    phillip
    Participant

    Try this in a formula:

    MAX

    Length

    (

    MULTILINE_TEXTBOX

    )

    Where MAX is the maximum number of characters the multi-line text box can hold.

    in reply to: Flash Detection on Embedded forms #5954

    phillip
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    I think a viable solution would be to use iframes, which seem to be working thus far on all major browsers. It then takes care of things if no flash is installed by showing a little note automatically.

    Just to clarify, PerfectForms forms are run in Flash ONLY, correct? Other than using Javascript to run it on the page, no form of Java is used, correct? We’ve been having some discussion in our department about what PFs actually runs on and need to get an answer directly from the source

    Also, is there anyway to call run the actually form with out javascript? Or is that a must?

    in reply to: pf_call #5918

    phillip
    Participant

    Just thought I would see if anyone has had any “breakthroughs” on this or seen where I might have made a mistake.

    in reply to: lost notification email #5917

    phillip
    Participant

    In that case I’m not sure what the best answer would be. For the future, maybe there is a way to add a hidden page on the form that would allow you to resend emails that only you could access?

    in reply to: lost notification email #5914

    phillip
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    I think I know what you are asking. If you go to your form, and then click ‘Open Instances’ you should be able to see all instances submitted. You can click one and press ‘view’ to open it and you should be in the current role and stage. Is that what you were wanting?

    in reply to: pf_call #5912

    phillip
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    I’ve used the queryString method before and it seems to work great, but the form needs to be embedded, so that wont be an option.

    The examples you and Dennis mentioned I’ve looked at. I even tried to replicate the example by using the code given (though it was outdated). Using the form found on the “Calling Javascript from a Form” and the code example found on that form, here’s a trimmed down version of it I’m trying to get to work:





    %MINIFYHTML30bf8afa94d103ef5edcc379ca7b74838%



    %MINIFYHTML30bf8afa94d103ef5edcc379ca7b74839%

    %MINIFYHTML30bf8afa94d103ef5edcc379ca7b748310%

    %MINIFYHTML30bf8afa94d103ef5edcc379ca7b748311%

    It wont work when I click the buttons like on the help page. This makes me think I’m doing something wrong or something isn’t mentioned?

    in reply to: pf_call #5907

    phillip
    Participant

    Yes, I can send you the file I’m testing with if you’d like.

    in reply to: pf_call #5905

    phillip
    Participant

    Okay, so I looked at the help page, but I can’t get the form to call the javascript. I even tried to get the example to work by using the provided html code (which is in the form), but it doesn’t work either.

    Is pf_call not a way to pass in parameters to the embedded for just as you do when passing variables through the URL when clicking a link?

    I’m a bit frustrated with this, any more help would be appreciated!

    in reply to: Not all notifications are sending #5737

    phillip
    Participant

    Nevermind, everything else was going to junk mail. Guess I’ll have to find ways to get around that.

    in reply to: email notifications #5730

    phillip
    Participant

    Since we are still waiting for this, I have a work around I’ll share:

    Create a multi-line variable and just put a new line in it. Use that insert that variable anytime you want a “single spaced” newline. I label the variable ‘n’, which is a programming symbol for a newline.

    in reply to: Comparing Dates #5654

    phillip
    Participant

    Ah, never mind I figured out how to do a date compare.

    in reply to: Table and Scrolling Bug #5652

    phillip
    Participant

    Hmmm, thought I had a fix, but it didn’t work, so nevermind.

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