="visible" and to have the circle disappear type Circle1.presence="hidden"
Maybe its a version thing?
I hope this helps.
I'm glad everything is working.
Inorder to get radio buttons to disappear I use:
I tried making the radio buttons invisible - but that unfortunately makes tham also "unclickable"
I have one more idea. Instead of using radio buttons use a regular button and remove all the formatting to look more like plain text. On the click event of the button show or not show the circle.
That's the ticket!!!
Actually, I left the caption in there so my user will be clicking on the "Yes" or "No" button to draw the respective circle around their response!
Thank you and have a fabulous weekend.
That's perfect. Have a great weekend too.
This worked for me and still works on the form I created back then.
However, I'm trying to recreate this "feature" on a new form and it's not working. I've created the buttons, circles and associated scripts. When I click on the button nothing happens! I'm trying to remember if there is something I had to do to allow the circle properties to be dynamic. Any ideas??
Just a bit more information on my current problem. I can get the script associated with the button to control attributes of the button itself. However, I can NOT get the script associated with the button to control attributes of other items in the form! Does that make sense to anyone??
Check the hierarchy palette in designer to double check the button is in
the same level as the other items on your form.
From: flgal3fll <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: dennis gill <email@example.com>
Date: 01/18/2011 06:00 PM
Just a bit more information on my current problem. I can get the script
associated with the button to control attributes of the button itself.
However, I can NOT get the script associated with the button to control
attributes of other items in the form! Does that make sense to anyone??
:-( Hierarchy is flat on this form. All shapes, text, circles, etc. are on the same level.
I have two buttons, ButtonY and ButtonN and one circle at this point.
The script for ButtonY is:
Both buttons and the circle are on the same level under Page1.
The fontcolor of ButtonN changes as expected when each button is pressed. The circle (with a default presence of visible) never becomes invisible when ButtonY is clicked.
Very frustrating. Everything seems exactly the same as on the form this works on. I haven't changed version of Lifecycle or anything.
Is the form saved as a dynamic form or a static form. I think it might have to be dynamic for your solution to work.
AHA!!!! That is the ticket!! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!
A form has to be dynamic for other abject in the form to be manipulated then?? Or for scripts to work on other objects?
Now I can stop pulling my hair out and try to put some back in my head.
Thank you again! Have a great day.
Just a point of clarification - a form has to be dynamic for the changes in appearance to be displayed ...this allows the form to be re-drawn as required.
Thanks again for your help!!