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I need help doing the folloiwng: I am creating a form in Livecycle Designer and I have a section in the form where I users should be able to select all that apply, but if they select "Unknown", then none of the other boxes in that section should be able to be selected - and vice versa. Example:Affected Product Type: - boxes - glasses - bottles - paper - unknown The user should be able to select all of the types that apply, and if any of the product types are selected, then unknown will be unchecked, but if "unknown" is checked, then none of the other types will be selected.Can someone explain the best way to do this?
deb strouf 871 days ago
Thank you for the info, but I am still unable to get this working. Any additional pointers you have or could you possibly email me a sample file that works for you.
deb strouf Commented 870 days ago | Report
This is actually pretty simple scripting. I think you just needt to learn a bit more about JS in LiveCycle.
Watch this video:
Thom Parker Commented 869 days ago | Report
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