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Having trouble with "conditions"...Asked by LTASafetySeminar on November 26, 2013 at 09:48 PM
I am creating a registration form, with 4 attendee options. I want the form to show only the fields for the number of attendees chosen. I have also made certain that my colapsing fields are all set to the same option, Open & Visable.
I haven't found other help on the forums. Tried using I.E. and Chrome.
The first condition I create seems to work. I create others with the same style, and they do not work. See screenshot.
registration form style create same
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Your conditions are not working because there is a conflict among the conditions when you create rules to show and hide at the same time.
Now, I cloned your form and fixed it, please take a look at it: http://form.jotformpro.com/form/33304116204943
If that is what you are looking for, you can clone the form so that you can use it for your needs. Follow this guide to know how to clone it: How to clone a form from an existing URL
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Thank you very much! So I pretty much had the conditions backwards...I am obviously not a programing person.
And the changes for #1, for those of you trying to use conditions, are as follows:
If number of attendees is equal to "1"
or if number of attendees is equal to "2"
or if number of attendees is equal to "3"
or if number of attendees is equal to "4"
show attendee 1
For anyone else confused about conditions, I am glad to share a screenshot of the corrected conditions, for comparison.
In behalf of my co-worker Eli you are welcome.
Thank you for sharing your conditions solution.
Let us know if you need further assistance.