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THANK YOU, this is great and is a possible option BUT... I also need to be able to format the digits, for example ##-###-####
The formatting option does not appear to be available when using a text field even though applying numeric validation is chosen.
Am I missing something here?
I have checked Input Mask option and it us working. Are you saying that you can't find the input mask button when editing text box?
I am not sure what formatting you were referring to. Kindly tell us more about the feature you are looking for?
We will wait for our response.
Sorry if I am adding any confusion to this. I really appreciate your help!
What I am trying to accomplish is the following...
A numerical field, with an input mask that will also have a second feiled below to re-enter so as to make sure the entry matches and is correct. This is pretty much the same feature/function as the e-mail field when validation is on and a duplicate field appears below.
I have been able to perform the task as you had previously suggested: validate for numerical value, and include an input mask, HOWEVER, the duplicate field for validation of accurate entry is not something I can figure out. Is this possible?
As a new user of Jotforms I am not at all familiar with the ins and outs but it is pretty straight forward. I had tried to research this in the forums but any info I did come across that may have possibly been related was very technical and I am not technically adept at all.