Form builder - Page 2 - Post ID 139974

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Thanks Tom, that's not helpful.

One thing you could do is: setup a separate html page that has nothing but the upload button on it. Redirect them to that page if they need to upload more content. That way, they wont have to keep filling out the form.

I hope all of this made some sense.
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I think it is helpful. If the tool isn't up to the task at hand, use another tool that is better suited for the job. It will be more convenient and practical. Sure you can use a screw driver to eventually drive a nail into a board but why do it when you can use a hammer?
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Well maybe some people can't afford to go buy another "tool' lol, so sometimes having to work around things with the tools you have is the only option. This way if they can do new tools that's great, but if not, then they have a possible solution with using their current tools :P

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