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Scott

I created a brand new form and published it.

I got the same error message...

"Your form could not be submitted for the following reason(s):
•You must provide at least one recipient email address."

Once again, the data does submit and I got a verification email (as the sender).

Mike


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Michael Zahurak wrote:
Scott

I created a brand new form and published it.

I got the same error message...

"Your form could not be submitted for the following reason(s):
•You must provide at least one recipient email address."

Once again, the data does submit and I got a verification email (as the sender).

Mike

Please open a support ticket and send me the .fb file and I will take a look at it for ya.
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Sorry to appear dense, but when do I go to open a support ticket?


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Michael Zahurak wrote:
Sorry to appear dense, but when do I go to open a support ticket?

https://www.coffeecup.com/help/myroom/
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Talking about things failing because of Adobe Flash. They just announced a couple of days ago that they are stopping support/development for Android. Maybe Apple bought controlling stock. I wonder now how much longer Flash will be supported by them for the PC and Mac. CoffeeCup may want to take note of this.

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Scott Swedorski wrote:
Michael Zahurak wrote:
First let me say that I have used Form Builder Classic for several years. I like it, but wish it did more. I saw the pitch for the new and improved version....

I purchased the $29 pack with Form Builder Lite. I installed it and built a test form. I created my "website" on coffeecup.com.

When I go to publish my form, I keep getting a message that says something to the effect, "Hey, you're not done yet - you need to enter your coffee cup account information before publishing your form." Well, my account info IS entered. I just keep going in circles here.

Is there (will there be) a way to just FTP the form files to my own web server?

Thanks

Mike

What you did was just enter in your S-Drive information. You also have to click on one of the addresses as well. Then you can publish.

Form Builder will not have a built-in FTP for non S-Drive accounts. Instead you will export your form and upload it with whatever FTP program you like to use.


Are we obliged to use S-drive, I thought that was just for the trial version of the new system, as a web hosting company I try not to pay others for services that we provide as it is not really good business sense, however I want to create lots of forms, not just one, for all my customers. Don't get me wrong this is a value priced piece of software but I do not want to have to incur monthly fees in order to use it, otherwise I would go out and purchase (or have written) a form builder package that I can use for all my customers from elesewhere.


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Ian Danby wrote:
Scott Swedorski wrote:
Michael Zahurak wrote:
First let me say that I have used Form Builder Classic for several years. I like it, but wish it did more. I saw the pitch for the new and improved version....

I purchased the $29 pack with Form Builder Lite. I installed it and built a test form. I created my "website" on coffeecup.com.

When I go to publish my form, I keep getting a message that says something to the effect, "Hey, you're not done yet - you need to enter your coffee cup account information before publishing your form." Well, my account info IS entered. I just keep going in circles here.

Is there (will there be) a way to just FTP the form files to my own web server?

Thanks

Mike

What you did was just enter in your S-Drive information. You also have to click on one of the addresses as well. Then you can publish.

Form Builder will not have a built-in FTP for non S-Drive accounts. Instead you will export your form and upload it with whatever FTP program you like to use.


Are we obliged to use S-drive, I thought that was just for the trial version of the new system, as a web hosting company I try not to pay others for services that we provide as it is not really good business sense, however I want to create lots of forms, not just one, for all my customers. Don't get me wrong this is a value priced piece of software but I do not want to have to incur monthly fees in order to use it, otherwise I would go out and purchase (or have written) a form builder package that I can use for all my customers from elesewhere.

No, you will not be required to use S-Drive. Please see the original discussion here at http://www.coffeecup.com/forums/form-bu … post169274

Once the FULL version is released, you will be able to export the form to your own server.
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The new Form Builder Lite is kinda a beta testing run for the full version do out soon. The full version will have the ability to be used on any host. CC is keeping this locked down until it gets a good work out on their servers where they have control of more variables.:)
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It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.

Here's my S-Drive site with
examples of what can be accomplished in VSD.
http://progrower.coffeecup.com/
Here's my CoffeeCup SCCP Shop with examples of what can be done.
http://progrower.coffeecup.com/shop/
This is a site I built for use in my job.
http://pestlogbook.com


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Eric Rohloff (Rolly) wrote:
The new Form Builder Lite is kinda a beta testing run for the full version do out soon.

Usually, software beta testers are paid. :)
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Tom wrote:
Eric Rohloff (Rolly) wrote:
The new Form Builder Lite is kinda a beta testing run for the full version do out soon.

Usually, software beta testers are paid. :)
"Do you want to make cool responsive website layouts? Check out Responsive Layout Maker Pro and start creating your own responsive layout design now at at http://www.coffeecup.com/responsive-layout-maker-pro/ "

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