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Help With Conditions Based on QuantityAsked by jarmerson on October 01, 2013 at 12:42 PM
I have conditions setup for quantities in basic PayPal product tool; if 0 hide element, else if greater than or less than variable quantity show element. My problem is how the first condition displays when the element is anything other than zero, even if the second condition is met.
I've played with the form builder but cannot seem to overcome this. I understand I could use the embed code and write to my specs, but I was hoping there was an easier method, or if you could provide direction for doing so as I am a novice form builder :)
quantity product smart form conditional logic
I have been trying to find a solution and help you to accomplish what you need, however I've not found anything helpful yet. If you let in work on this form I will try to find a solution during the day, maybe I can find one, and if I'm able to find a workaround will notify you. I will do my best to help you to accomplish what you need, however I can't promise you anything.
Thanks for using Jotform
Thanks for your response. I'm not sure what you mean by "if you let in work on this form", are you asking to have access to this form?
Sorry for my bad typing, I mean, if you give me some time I can work in your form during the day trying to find a solution and if I can fix it I will notify you. I will do my best.
No problem. Let me know if you figure something out today. I apprecate your help.
Due to small budget and time restraints I opted to go with drop down quantity selections. I wanted to avoid this in the beginning because of the large number quantities but in the end it doesn't look bad.
I thought I would share this link that helped me put the large quantity list together.
Thank you for your help and consideration.
Thank you very much for sharing this beautiful solution with us and other JotForm users.
The Show/Hide conditions are not always easy to implement on multiple options, since we use some equivalents for added rules.
For example, the following condition:
If Name Is Equal To John
Will automatically execute:
If Name Is Not Equal To John