I have been stuck on this for days and I am going crazy. I have a fillable form for work. It is an application and people need to use it to fill out information about their family. The often need to check Male or Famale or answer Yes/No questions.
Unfortunately we cannot redesign this form as that would be a very large undertaking. There is no room for radio buttons or check boxes and when I tried to place them on top of the options, the form became very cluttered and nearly illegible.
The pdf that I am using as a reference can be found here: https://acrobat.com/app.html#d=JBzD4guSToeYu0qLkvfvgA
TypeError: getField("buttonOn") is null
I am running Adobe Acrobat X Pro on Windows XP.
I created that sample, and what that particular error means is that you did not copy the button named "buttonOn" that's located at the upper-left corner of the page. It is the source of the circle that's used in the other buttons that simulate the check boxes. You have to copy the other one as well, which is the souce of a blank icon for an unchecked simulated check box.
Thank you so much for creating this as a reference! It has been great except for this little snag which is ultimately due to my inadequacies with scripting.
The problem is that I have copied that button over. I can't seem to figure out what wasn't translating over. I have a button named "ButtonOn" and is has all of the same properties as far as I can tell.
One step forward and two steps back...
I tried the debugger again and nothing was there, but the buttons still aren't working. The text boxes work, but "button0" does not show up with the circle.
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