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Scott, any news yet whether the box that surrounds a form with no theme will have the ability to be removed by the user? I for one would like the option not to have the box, it doesn't always fit into the design of the web page it is going to be displayed in.

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I have a question in regards to the fields within the form when selecting a field to be a required field and when having someone fill out the form and forgets to fill in the required field as the way that is setup now in the flash version when clicking submit it will pop up that there are fields that needs to be filled in. In the new html form version is there going to be a reminder but better that might reflect to the field that is actually missing at instead of looking to see which field is the one that is a required field.
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Luis Rosa wrote:
I have a question in regards to the fields within the form when selecting a field to be a required field and when having someone fill out the form and forgets to fill in the required field as the way that is setup now in the flash version when clicking submit it will pop up that there are fields that needs to be filled in. In the new html form version is there going to be a reminder but better that might reflect to the field that is actually missing at instead of looking to see which field is the one that is a required field.

Yes, that is actually a feature now in the software. You can set up a friendly hint for every field in the form. Also, the error will appear under the field instead of at the bottom of the form. It is a major improvement over what you have right now.
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Mark Searson wrote:
Scott, any news yet whether the box that surrounds a form with no theme will have the ability to be removed by the user? I for one would like the option not to have the box, it doesn't always fit into the design of the web page it is going to be displayed in.

Yes, this is something we will be addressing and will have it in the FULL version when it releases.
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I just discovered that I need yet another date format.

'dd. MM' to give me this: 18. november.

I have tried to ad this format to the jquery.ui.datepicker.js file, but that didn't work.

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Soren Noernberg wrote:
I just discovered that I need yet another date format.

'dd. MM' to give me this: 18. november.

I have tried to ad this format to the jquery.ui.datepicker.js file, but that didn't work.

Søren Nørnberg


The format should be 'd.mmmm'

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That would be quite useful for me too. :)
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Inger Eik wrote:
That would be quite useful for me too. :)

And for me, - to use as a reasonable approximation of what's needed in the Portuguese-speaking parts of the world.
(never underestimate the potential of (e.g.) the Brazilian market! - You know, that nice little country just a bit south-east of Atlanta, roughly the size of the USA and with 200 million people... ;) )
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Will there be a way we can substitute a button for an image.

For example we sell vinyl rolls and we have 23 colours that have codes but customers can get these wrong when clicking a number.

If they could click the colour of an image............but they need to be radio buttons so only one colour can be selected for each choice. They get 6 or 9 choices
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Andy Taylor wrote:
Will there be a way we can substitute a button for an image.

For example we sell vinyl rolls and we have 23 colours that have codes but customers can get these wrong when clicking a number.

If they could click the colour of an image............but they need to be radio buttons so only one colour can be selected for each choice. They get 6 or 9 choices

There are no plans at this time to have a feature like that in the software. Since the form output is all HTML, you probably could tweak the code to accomplish that though.
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