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If somebody tries to type in a number above 1100mm I want it to refuseAsked by mandyj58 on November 30, 2013 at 06:29 AM
Sorry don't know how to word the question I've got fields to enter a width in and a height in my form and in the width field I don't want the customer to be able to enter a number above 1100 is this possible and if so how?
If you use the "Number" field you can actually set a max value. Please see the screenshot below:
In case there's any confusion, our founder (Aytekin) inadvertently indicated the wrong toolbar button in his screenshot. It's actually the Max Value one to which he was referring:
(The Max Size button sets the number of characters [digits, in this instance] and not the upper value of numbers which may be entered.)
Incidentally, if a max value restriction were to be set and a user entered a value greater than that allowed, they would see the following error message by default:
(Notice how no such message is triggered when a number greater than 1100 is entered in the text box.)
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Just wanted to say thanks very much for your quick answer :)