Ariel Rodriguez wrote:
A couple of suggestions (V.2.5 build 5437)
1. For Drop down element, you should add the function parent / child in order to choose sub-categories
2. For Radio buttons element, Layout should include four columns and five columns
3.Drop down element is not working OK, when you add more than 32 options, after save the form and export the form to use it in own server, most of the options are replaced by the default option name "option 3, option 4, etc..
4.Text field element -> properties ->Field options -> Read only
This is not working as it should be:
Right now is: <input name="name1" disabled
it should be: <input name="name1" readonly
5. Actually there is no way to users manually specify and option in drop down element and radio button element.
For example: Drop down menu options are:
D. Other (Please specify)
in option D, there must be a way to manually suggest another value.
6.Friendly hint must be able to use different colors per word basis, not same color for entire field
Since I'm lazy today I will just put numbers below to reference your number above that I am addressing lol.
2. +1 (meaning I agree)
3. This is a known issue, has been this way from day 1 of the software. In order to combat this issue there are 2 ways you can work this. First there's a few little extra clicks which will take care of that if you're typing these manually. Each time you type one click into the left area (visual area) of the form and it will update it in the list you are typing and it should then stay there. Second, if your list is a long one use the text file setup for doing this instead so you don't have all this typing and clicking to do. You can find information on how to do this (which is similar to setting up States, Countries, and any other kind of long list of options) here: http://www.coffeecup.com/help/articles/ … m-builder/
5. This is done using the conditional setting (called "Show Element in the program) that the program has been equipped with for quite some time now. Basically you make the field as you showed above, then make a text box or whatever type of input element you need for the "other" when chosen. Then set that extra element to be a conditional so it only shows if they choose that "other" field and not any of the other choices. You can get more information on that here:http://www.coffeecup.com/help/articles/ … -property/
6. +1 here, and heck I'd like more versatility on all the text for that matter, to be able to change different words within a sentence rather than always all the same color, not just the friendly hints.
Hope that helps at least with some of your comments above.