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Defaulting to First Radio button on "Choose Tier" gives the wrong value. $11 in #input286Asked by wrstaff on July 18, 2015 at 06:37 PM
Defaulting to First Radio button on "Choose Tier" gives the wrong value. $11 in #input286 premium price.
If you default to any of the other 3 buttons, or click the first button, it works fine.
There are three sets of radio buttons. Selecting a button in the first set uses conditions logic to echo the same choice in the next two sets of radio buttons. Calculation values from the second two sets are used to update the value of input286 and input287.
From what checked on the form http://www.jotformpro.com/form/51986750704968 the field Choose Pricing Tier doesn't have any Calculation Value assigned to it.
so I do not see where the Update Field value condition statement will get the actual value to populate the target fields.
Please try assigning the calculation values to the Choose Pricing Tier options and see if it works. Please let us know if it did not.
Choose pricing tier choice assigns the selection value to the next two sets of radio button - which do have calculation values assigned.
However the rule you showed was the problem! Thanks.
Thank you for providing us with an update, on behalf of my colleague, you are most welcome. We are happy to hear that your issue has been resolved.
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