Suggestions for CoffeeCup HTML Web...

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Raf f wrote:
Event Registration Template.

How about allowing us to configure the Auto Response Message to show exactly the information that was filled in the form. This way, the user has a copy of the registration as well. Or is there another way to do this?

I am intending to use Form Builder for events registration. Most of the time, people do not remember what they have registered for, what option they have ticked etc...

My wish list :-)



That has been a feature since the first version. ;)

Go to the Settings > Email Notices Tab.

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What I would love to see is a sharper line that borders where the clients places their data into the form. It would just make it look a lot cleaner. Overall, I love the form. It works great for our web site.

Will
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I noticed a request for the ability to adjust image size "on the fly". I second that.

When I am building a form, the whole thing becomes a "canvas" where I compose the layout. An important part of that is the ability to adjust the size of an image to fit with the overall theme. To have to play with image size in another application is time consuming and a hit-and-miss proposition. Rather, it would be nice like in Web Image Studio, where although an image comes in at native size, you can grab a handle and easily re-size it. However, unlike in WIS, it would also be nice to be able to play with the image's aspect ratio, also.

Dick
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The manual export is good to tinker with the HTML and CSS to your hearts content.

But would it be possible to get a manual import as well?

That way we could get the form exactly how we like it - but still have the benefit of the one click publishing, s drive hosting and all the other advantages doing things with a .fb brings.

This would be the solution for the problem I posted here - http://www.coffeecup.com/forums/web-for … -the-html/
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When using a form to allow file uploads it would be nice to have some form of progress bar (or indication) for each file upload as well a one for overall progess.

It would also be nice to have an option to add extra buttons in the footer section as well as to alter the size of the button.

Perhaps next release?

Bob

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Robert Freeman wrote:
When using a form to allow file uploads it would be nice to have some form of progress bar (or indication) for each file upload as well a one for overall progess.

It would also be nice to have an option to add extra buttons in the footer section as well as to alter the size of the button.

Perhaps next release?

Bob


That is something we allow the browsers to dictate. For example, if you use Chrome, they show a percentage indictor in the left hand corner of the Window. I also think Firefox has something similar. IE pretty much as always, remains behind the times again. ;(
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I would like to be able to get the embed script without republishing or exporting my form again. :) If I don't grab it when I first export my form then I have to export it again. How about having the script placed on a separate html page like a lot of the flash app's do.;)
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Eric Rohloff (Rolly) wrote:
I would like to be able to get the embed script without republishing or exporting my form again. :) If I don't grab it when I first export my form then I have to export it again. How about having the script placed on a separate html page like a lot of the flash app's do.;)

The problem is we don't use that embed script in any page. It is only for the embed part. ;(

I will mention it to the team though.
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The problem with the browser progress indicators, which I agree are there, is that they are not always that obvious and I was just hoping for something that would/could reside within the form to indicate progress.

Was there any feedback on the extra footer button options?
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Robert are you referring to form progress. That is how far the user is through completing the form. I know there's some JQuery plugins for this.:cool:
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