- crssloAsked on May 01, 2014 at 12:20 PM
Our main problem is that while we can hide fields based on selections, those field's values, even though hidden, still act on their conditions. What may be more useful is the ability to control the hidden fields selection based on a condition of another field, or if the field is hidden.
"If dropdown A is hidden, then make dropdown A not filled"
"If dropdown A is hidden, then make dropdown A selection = x"
"If dropdown A selection = x, then make dropdown B selection = y"
Basically, the ability to make conditionals not react to hidden fields.
Another option may be to create a "disabled" state for fields.
"If dropdown A is hidden, then make dropdown A disabled"
"If dropdown A selection = x, then make dropdown B disabled"
Or, just have a setting for the form "Do not include hidden fields in conditions"
Thanks very much for your time.
- CarinaAnswered on May 01, 2014 at 01:36 PM
I created this test form. It has 3 dropdowns and when you select 1 in the first dropdown, it will show an "aa" dropdown.
The hidden dropdown as a value selected that can be continuously seen in the calculation total even when hidden.
I forwarded this situation to our developers so they can analyse better this issue. They will contact you through this thread when they have an update.