Suggestions for CoffeeCup HTML Web Form Builder - Page 25


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Scott Swedorski wrote:
Melissa Brookstone wrote:
JUSTIFY! Come on people, it's 2012!

Every text box that we put in any of your software, with more than 2 lines of text, should have the JUSTIFY option in it!

If you don't do this, your competitors may already be doing it!


Our developers have added this now to the software and will be a part of version 2.0. See, you ask, we listen. ;)


Nice! Thanks!

Oh, and I set the program properties to Maximize when it opens, yet it still opens to a small window. Any way to fix that so it conforms with Win 7 Maximize properties?

Thanks Scott!

I gotta say, the support people make all the difference with this company! Kudos to you all!
:)

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File-Export-Manual should be able to export to the same location each time, instead of having to hunt for it each and every time.

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For the Plain Text Properties, there really should be a nice big box for editing text. Look at http://ColoradoProcessServers.net and see how much text we have in the terms and policies near the bottom. It's hard to see, yet alone edit, in that tiny box.

Perhaps WYSIWYG - What You See Is What You Get, right on the page?
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http://coloradoprocessservers.net/FORM.php

There's a logical problem with Form Builder here. In the Referrals section, we need to be able to have people not check ANY of the radio buttons, and pick another choice there, but the radio buttons don't apparently allow you to set them as all unchecked, so nearby choices can be made. It seems like a logical dillema?
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Melissa Brookstone wrote:
http://coloradoprocessservers.net/FORM.php

There's a logical problem with Form Builder here. In the Referrals section, we need to be able to have people not check ANY of the radio buttons, and pick another choice there, but the radio buttons don't apparently allow you to set them as all unchecked, so nearby choices can be made. It seems like a logical dillema?


Radio buttons are not setup for that. I think what you should use in this instance is Check Boxes. Radio buttons are for one choice answers only.
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Check boxes are just a different style of radio buttons, are they not?

I don't think they can do a logical OR with a fill box either.
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I think she's talking about the age old discussion a few months back when a bunch of us were telling CC that the default state of the radio buttons needs to have the ability to not have any of them selected at default.


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Melissa Brookstone wrote:
Check boxes are just a different style of radio buttons, are they not?

I don't think they can do a logical OR with a fill box either.


You can set the check boxs so that only one answer can be checked.
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Yes Jo Ann, that too, but...

SirAGE wrote:
Melissa Brookstone wrote:
Check boxes are just a different style of radio buttons, are they not?

I don't think they can do a logical OR with a fill box either.


You can set the check boxs so that only one answer can be checked.


Yes, just like the radio buttons, BUT in this situation, I need an either OR answer ( a logical OR ) between the radio buttons in that "referral" set, and the other possible text fill boxes. In other words, there should only be one allowable answer, one of the radio buttons OR one of the text fill boxes.
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What about a "Print" facility?

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