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How do I apply the same condition to multiple fields with the same name?Asked by jimbrand on April 02, 2014 at 03:31 PM
I'm trying to set a radio button if 'no' is chosen to skip to the last page of the form in five different locations in the form. The radio button field name is "More Entries?" The choices are 'yes' or 'no'. If 'no' then skip to page 8. The condition works with the first "More Entries?" field in the form but not in the rest. How to I apply the condition to all of the "More Entries?" fields?
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The problem is that each "more entries" field got a unique ID , you got to scroll to search the right one in order to make that to work.
I already made the changes. The form should work this time. For further help on this, let us know.