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How to select radio button if condition is met?Asked by Apps_de_Gwen on June 27, 2016 at 04:16 PM
Je voudrais qu'un champs de type 'boutons radios' soit rempli automatiquement selon les réponses d'autres champs.
Je sais comment faire pour remplir une 'text box' mais pas de boutons radios.
Merci d'avance pour votre aide.
You can preselect radio buttons if you use conditions like this:
1. Go to conditions and select Update/Calculate field:
2. Then, for example, you can calculate fields value and pass the value of that radio button, for example if Nom - Prenom is filled 3D radio button will be selected in Dimensions field:
Basically you need to place value of desired radio button in your calculations.
And this is how it looks like:
Please let me know if you have further questions.
J'avai essayé mais j'avais dû mal entré les valeurs.
I checked the form in your account and it appears that you were successfully able to select a radio button if a condition is met.
If "Incitation.." is checked, the -18 is selected.
If Discrimination is checked, the -16 is selected.
Due to this, it appears that the issue has been resolved. Do you need further assistance with the conditions? Please do let us know and we will be glad to assist you further. Regards.
J'avais modifié le formulaire avant de poster mon dernier message.
Et je n'ai aucun soucis avec les conditions. Surement une erreur de frappe quand j'avais essayé la première fois.
Merci encore pour vos aides.
I opened a separate thread for you and you can find it on this link. And we will attend it there.
We tend to open one thread per issue to avoid any possible confusion.