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Buttons Radio Widget: only top of the widget is visible when it's shown based on the conditional logicAsked by benjaminaurelius on August 26, 2014 at 03:20 PM
the buttons radio widget is not compatible with conditions (which should demask the widget field). At least not in Firefox and Internet Explorer, which you can see if you open the following example form in one of these two browsers and click on the "Open"-Button.
I hope someone could have a look into it.
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I have made a test form here and I used IF (field) is EQUAL TO condition
Make sure you create the form and all the fields that will go in the condition before actually establishing it.
Thank you for your reply. But please look at my example form again. What I dont mean is that button radios could be used for conditions BUT that if they are part of a condition, they dont work in Firefox and IE. Example: I hide a button radio and should be shown only if a condition is met. In both Firefox and IE there is only a line appearing. My guess is, because the button radio widget is "prerendered" on siteload, but I dont know for sure.
Here is a screencast. At first I am using Google Chrome, which works fine, then I switch over to Firefox. There you can see the problem.
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