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  • in reply to: Issue with IE11 and DFFS v4.365 #10653
    DCH
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    Yes, the default form renders without the DFFS_Loader field. I added the field back into the list and now the overlay never quits spinning.

    in reply to: Prefill Values in Child in Multiple Values Lookup Column #9598
    DCH
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    Genius! Thank you.

    in reply to: Add IDs to vLookup Elements #9586
    DCH
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    So awesome, looking forward to it! Thanks

    in reply to: Prefill Values in Child in Multiple Values Lookup Column #9584
    DCH
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    I am opening the child item NewForm from a parent item EditForm, so the value is already present in the parent item title column.

    I tried both ways, opening in a dialog and in the same window. It didn’t work for either method.

    I did notice that the focus is not on the first value in the child NewForm lookup column like it is on similar columns where I don’t pass a value, so something is happening.

    in reply to: Prefill Values in Child in Multiple Values Lookup Column #9521
    DCH
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    I did not have that version of spjs-utility but do now. It doesn’t appear to be working but I’m going to play with the setup a little more. Here is what I have currently:

    Parent List
    spjs-utility v1.256
    DFFS Backend v4.262
    DFFS Frontend v4.274
    vLookup Backend v2.203
    vLookup Frontend v2.209

    Child List
    spjs-utility v1.256
    DFFS Backend v4.262
    DFFS Frontend v4.274
    vLookup Backend v2.203
    vLookup Receiver

    in reply to: Dynamic Tooltips #8254
    DCH
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    Awesome as usual!

    in reply to: 5,000 Item limit #8051
    DCH
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    You are the master! I got rid of the extra slash, and I was calling jQuery twice. Cleaned it all up and everything works perfect. Thanks!

    Maybe you said it in the DFFS installation guide and I missed it… but I included the jQuery and spjs-utility library references in the frontend aspx page per the instructions, but I was already calling them both from my master page.

    in reply to: 5,000 Item limit #8047
    DCH
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    I finally got a change to test this out. My results on the Network look the same as yours, except the URL has a double slash that doesn’t look right.

    /sites/sitename//_vti_bin/lists.asmx

    I also got this error on the Console tab:

    0x80070024
    SCRIPT438: Object doesn't support property or method 'filterNode'
    File: jquery.min.js, Line: 4, Column: 21331
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    in reply to: 5,000 Item limit #7998
    DCH
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    Alexander,

    I tested it this morning and it didn’t work for me. I never got the error message, but the autocomplete search never returned any results.

    Thanks!

    in reply to: 5,000 Item limit #7973
    DCH
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    Yes, I get this message when the target list has over 5000 items:

    The attempted operation is prohibited because it exceeds the list view threshold enforced by the administrator. Operations that exceed the list view threshold are allowed in the following time window defined by the administrator: Daily, from 9:00:00 PM to 1:00:00 AM.

    in reply to: Style role #7927
    DCH
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    Just as a follow up, both of these options were successful using this chart configuration:

    colorByLabel {"value1":"red","value2":"blue"}
    series {"0":{"color":"red"},"1":{"color":"blue"}}

    As an experiment I tried passing a style object like this but it didn’t work:

    {"0":{"color":"red","style":{"stroke-color":"#703593","stroke-width":"4","fill-color":"C5A5CF"}},"1":{"color":"blue"},"2":{"color":"yellow"}}
    in reply to: Style role #7926
    DCH
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    Perfect, it worked! Thanks again!

    in reply to: Style role #7913
    DCH
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    The series option with the object notation works!

    So to control the color of each column in a single series chart:

    1. Set the x-axis and y-axis to the same column
    2. Set the y-axis column format to “split unique values in separate series”
    3. Add the option ‘series’ and the value: {“0”:{“color”:”red”},”1″:{“color”:”blue”},”2″:{“color”:”yellow”}}

    One strange side effect is that the bar width is also divided into equal portions based on how many the single series is broken into, so they end up being strangely thin, and I wasn’t able to effect the bar width using the bar.groupWidth option.

    in reply to: Style role #7912
    DCH
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    That’s awesome, I never noticed that format setting before! If I “split unique values in separate series” can I control their colors individually? I don’t see how to reference them.

    Thanks!

    in reply to: Style role #7910
    DCH
    Participant

    Yes, that would work but in my case it would create about 30 new columns. I appreciate your effort to help though, thanks!

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