This content has been marked as final. Show 11 replies
use "\n" to indicate a new line.
Thanks for your help, unfortunately I have already tried the use "\n" to indicate a new line and several other as listed at the bottom of the first post.
Is there anything else I can try?
show your code with "\n".
Here is the code:
Here is how the email should look and how it previews in flash player when i export the flash file:
User Name: =
Computer Name: =
Phone Extension: =
testing it support
Below is how the email is sent if I upload it to the server:
User Name: = KirstynComputer Name: = enb140Department: = creativePhone Extension: = 387Details: = testing it support
try using: PHP_EOL (outside of the quotes)
to indicate a new line.
I tried using this, it disabled the submit button completely.
oops, that's php code.
there's no problem with your last code, though you should probably remove those chr() functions.
ok, i only added them to try to separate the lines in the email.
do you think a php code would be better to use?
using getURL() depends on the user's default email program. and some people have none so it doesn't work, at all.
your email program apparently works but isn't recognizing the new line characters. that's an issue with your default email program. even if you solve your issue, other users may have other problems.
Thanks for all of your help, I really appreciate it.
As it is our company's intranet we need to sort out something that all of the staff can use accross the board.
I think i'll look into a php.