Glitch with Multiple Choice + Conditional Logic + Calculation Feature

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    chefscape
    Asked on November 05, 2018 at 12:19 PM

    I have a multiple choice field with calculations carried forward based on user selection AND conditional logic that makes certain fields appear based on user selection. 

    When using these two features together, the "Default" field gets overwritten and therefore unusable.

    The screen shot of what I'm referring to is attached.  I want the 2nd option shown, HD $250,  to be the default but when opening the form and going to the last tab (CS Billing & Payment Terms), strangely enough the default is the last option, Food Trucks $750.  

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    bmilanovic
    Answered on November 05, 2018 at 12:51 PM

    Hello!

    I have checked all the conditionals, and everything is fine! What you might want to do, and what I've personally checked out for you- and for me- it is working, is to go on to "Settings" on the top of your form editor, on the left side of the "Settings" page, where the "Form Settings" are find: "Continue Forms Later", and "Unique Submission" part- and do the following changes:

    1) At the "Continue Forms Later" part, from the drop-down list select and change to: "Disabled".
    2) At the "Unique Submission" part, from the drop-down list select and change to: "No check".

    Everything explained above is shown in the picture below:

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    The reason for why is your form making your selection as described is because, your answers to the form are stored in "cookies", and default settings are made so that if certain IP address has already been working on your form, and has selected certain option, that option is stored at mentioned "cookie" and it brings previously selected option back from it if suddenly form gets closed or etc...

    I hope it helped.

    Kind regards,
    Boris Milanovic

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    chefscape
    Answered on November 05, 2018 at 01:51 PM

    This is great, thanks Boris!