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    Bug Report: Conditional Visibility Inputs cause PageBreak to disappear

    Asked by mservice on January 31, 2012 at 06:27 AM

    I have a radio button whose input causes a Conditional state where up to 10 field inputs disappear or reappear based on its input. 

    Example: Does your business have a 2nd owner also?  (Yes) (No)  

    Conditional: if YES, show 10 questions for owner #2, if NO, hide 10 questions for owner #2.

    Bug: the Page Break after this is undesirably missing, although property is visible. (i've replaced it with new break, still no)
             Note that this happens regardless of the conditional state of input (empty/yes/no). 

    Temporary Workaround: Add Heading row before Page Break. Now it appears.

    You are welcome to duplicate my form and try this on Section 7 "Ownership" Simply remove Heading marked "next section..." to see bug in action. http://jotform.com/form/20225407335

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    JotForm Support

    Answered by abajan on January 31, 2012 at 09:40 AM

    Unfortunately, after deleting the "next section: sales and transactions" header from a clone of your form, I was unable to replicate the issue. Even though the header was now gone, the page break was displayed okay when "No" was selected for the question "Is there another Owner?" as illustrated below:

    (You can click the image above to test the live form for yourself.)

    Does your own form still exhibit the problem?