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  • in reply to: Auto Complete Validation #27574
    Wilson
    Participant

    Disregard Alex, I figured it out…
    Thank you for your awesome work!

    -Wilson

    in reply to: Auto Complete Validation #27572
    Wilson
    Participant

    Hi Alex,
    Thanks for adding this functionality!

    It seems only the “Valid” callback is working as expected?.
    If I clear the field or leave partial text (invalid selection) in the field, I don’t get the expected alerts (‘spjs_ac_invalidSelectionCallback’,’spjs_ac_clearSelectionCallback’). Is there anything different that has to be set for those?

    Thanks again!
    -Wilson

    in reply to: General DFFS enhancement suggestions #27486
    Wilson
    Participant

    Alex,
    If we leverage the “.after” approach, how can we remove this later in custom JS after a condition is satisfied?

    I insert like this

    jQuery("#sbs_Field_MyField").after("<td>"+html+"</td>");

    Thanks,
    Wilson

    in reply to: Charts on SPO Modern Pages #26933
    Wilson
    Participant

    Hi Alex,
    Any movement on this? I have a trial for Charts that expires soon, but without this ability, I don’t think it will get much traction.

    Thanks,
    Bob

    in reply to: Required Star Position #26291
    Wilson
    Participant

    That did the trick…
    Thanks Alex,
    Bob

    in reply to: Required Star Position #26263
    Wilson
    Participant

    Hi Alex,
    This doesn’t seem to work. It doesn’t insert anything.

    DFFS Version v4.4.3.60
    SPJS-Autocomplete plugin v1.6.28

    in reply to: Required Star Position #26248
    Wilson
    Participant

    Hi Alex,
    This works great in most cases (ie…plain text boxes, SPJS Lookup fields, etc…), but when applied after an AutoComplete field, it seems to duplicate the icons? Is there a different syntax for adding to AC fields?
    Thanks,
    Bob

    in reply to: Required Star Position #25509
    Wilson
    Participant

    Hi Alex,
    I am using the SBS so that I can append the “icons/buttons” behind the field.

    
    
    function fnNextActionToolStrip()
    {var html = "<HTML that includes buttons/>";
        jQuery("#sbs_Field_NextActionContact").after("<td>"+html+"</td>");
    }

    If there is a better way where I don’t need to leverage the SBS in this scenario, please let me know.

    Thanks as always!,
    Bob

    in reply to: Mailto Link #25307
    Wilson
    Participant

    Thanks Alex,
    Made a quick tweak so I could control variables at runtime and Works like a charm! This will give me an email envelope icon next to the contacts’ name that opens mail client set to their email…

    
    
    function fnCustomerContactToolStrip()
    {var html2 = "<IMG src='https://abc123.sharepoint.com/Media/16x16/email_16.png' style='cursor: pointer; float: left; padding: 0px 0px 0px 5px'; title='e-Mail Contact...'; onclick='createMailToLink()'/>";
        jQuery("#sbs_Field_CustomerContact").after("<td>"+html2+"</td>");
    }
    
    function createMailToLink(){
        var vemail = 'email@domain.com';
        var vsubject = 'Test';
        var vemailBody = 'This is a test of the Emergency Broadcast System';
        var a = document.createElement("a");
        a.setAttribute("href","mailto:"+vemail+"?subject="+vsubject+"&body="+vemailBody);
        document.getElementsByTagName("body")[0].appendChild(a);
        a.click();
    }
    in reply to: Dialog CSS #23945
    Wilson
    Participant

    Alex,
    I was able to leverage this from the forums and it seems to meet my requirements! πŸ™‚ If you think there is better approach, please let me know, otherwise Great job again!

    if(GetUrlKeyValue(“IsDlg”) !== “1”){
    cssBuffer.push(“#sideNavBox {DISPLAY: none}”)
    cssBuffer.push(“#sideNavBox {WIDTH: 0px!important;}”)
    cssBuffer.push(“#contentBox {MARGIN-LEFT: auto!important;}”)
    cssBuffer.push(“#contentBox {MARGIN-RIGHT: auto!important;}”)
    cssBuffer.push(“#contentBox {WIDTH: 500px!important;}”)
    $(“body”).append(“<style type=’text/css’>”+cssBuffer.join(“”)+”</style>”);
    }

    Thanks again
    -Bob

    in reply to: Dialog CSS #23941
    Wilson
    Participant

    Hi Alex,
    Sorry for the delay, was pulled in a different direction for bit.. πŸ™‚

    The reason is this…and maybe you have a better approach….

    When a “NewForm.aspx” is used in a full window scenario (ie New button on list view) I style the form with CSS to be center position and no left hand navigation. When the form is called in a popup scenario, it is then shifted right and you need to use the scroll bar, not ideal.

    If I remove CSS to hide left navigation, then it looks great in popup scenarios, but then not centered when in full screen scenario.

    Any thoughts?
    Thanks,
    Bob

    in reply to: Sort vLookup Table by Column Headings #23609
    Wilson
    Participant

    Alex,
    Was this functionality incorporated to vlookup plugin? This would be a valuable attribute for the solution.

    Thanks,
    Bob

    in reply to: Remove Lookup and Leave Plain Text Box behind #23339
    Wilson
    Participant

    Hi Alex,
    Yes I would like the user to be able to enter their own value, but I was hoping to force that based on the “Country” selection. We have all the “State & Province” data to support US, Canada & Mexico, but outside of those counties, I want the user to be able to enter their own value. So I want to trigger your “AddYourOwnValue” functionality based on the selection in the country field not equal to US, Canada & Mexico.

    Thanks,
    Bob

    in reply to: Auto Complete Kill Switch #23313
    Wilson
    Participant

    Works perfect Alex!
    Thanks!
    Bob

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