Bryan R Babbitt

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  • in reply to: Tabs showing, but form is not changing #26164

    Bryan R Babbitt
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    Hi Alex,
    Well I got this worked out.. I changed the $.hide()/.show() to $.addClass(TabHidden) / $.removeClass() and it seems to be working as expected now.

  • in reply to: Change label text based on selected Tab #24260

    Bryan R Babbitt
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    Here ya go SIR. One thing I also identified is that in my code I had this line of code – //$(“#dffs_ffcIncidentTitle”).attr({contenteditable: “true”,spellcheck: “true”}); – which was intended to add the spell check to this field, and it did, but I think this was also what was causing the label to be editable. This was with or without your code example. At this time, it is commented out.

    Thank you for helping me with this issue!

    Bryan

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  • in reply to: Change label text based on selected Tab #24236

    Bryan R Babbitt
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    Morning,

    Here is a screen shot of the field.

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  • in reply to: Change label text based on selected Tab #24232

    Bryan R Babbitt
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    Hi Alex! That worked like a champ.. however, the label is now editable by the user on the form. Which is not the ideal result. How can this be prevented? Also, I would like to put some of the fields on the this particular tab, “Read only”. Can you help me with that as well?

    Thanks a bunch!

    Bryan

  • in reply to: Hide Next & Previous buttons on Certain Tabs #23591

    Bryan R Babbitt
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    Thank you! With a couple added if statements, I was able to this to work exactly like I wanted.!

  • in reply to: Hide Next & Previous buttons on Certain Tabs #23568

    Bryan R Babbitt
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    Hi Alex,
    I was able to get your snippet of code to work and it worked well! Thanks! However, the issue I had was that my end Tab isn’t always the same. I have a couple of hidden tabs that show based off a radio button on the first tab. So with that, I reverted back to one of my original code snippets. I actually have it working exactly like I want (I think) except for one thing… It only works properly when I click the tabs. If I use the buttons, or change an option on a radio button, it adds back buttons that that should be hidden. Can you possibly adjust this to also work when the user uses the buttons to got the next or previous page?
    I have attached a couple of screen shots as well. I can get the buttons to reset the way they should be by just clicking the tab at the top.

    Oh, the runFun function is set to run when the tabs change.

    Thank you for all your help with this!

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  • in reply to: Hide Next & Previous buttons on Certain Tabs #23563

    Bryan R Babbitt
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    Hi Alex,

    I have version Dynamic Forms for SharePoint DFFS Backend v4.4.3.47|CSS version: 4.43 / 4.43|spjs-utility version: 1.323.

    <input class=”ms-ButtonHeightWidth” id=”dffs_navTabBtn_next” style=”display: block;” onclick=”spjs.dffs.navTab(1);” type=”button” value=”Next”>

    or

    <input class=”ms-ButtonHeightWidth” id=”saveAndStayInFormBtn” style=”margin-right: 4px;” onclick=”spjs.dffs.saveAndStayInForm();” type=”button” value=”Preview/Save”>

  • in reply to: Hide Next & Previous buttons on Certain Tabs #23499

    Bryan R Babbitt
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    Hi Alex,
    well I gave it a shot and I guess I didn’t do something right because I still couldn’t get it to work. Do I need to change any parts of your example code?

    Sorry, still learning about how all this works.

    Thanks again sir.

  • in reply to: Hide Next & Previous buttons on Certain Tabs #23384

    Bryan R Babbitt
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    Thanks Alex! I’ll give it a shot a let you know.

  • in reply to: Getting the value out of a cascading dropdown. #27081

    Bryan R Babbitt
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    Thank you!!!

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