conditional logic using the "form calculation" or "calculation wizard" widget

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    Asked on August 19, 2016 at 12:54 AM

    Hello, I am trying to create a form in which customers say how many of a product they would like and where on a sliding scale they would like to pay for it.

    So far I am just using a text box to gather this information but realizing that if the customer wrote "ONE" instead of "1" all of the calculations and total generation will be thrown off. Is there a type of field that will only accept numerical responses? 

    Is there a way to restrict the numeric responses accepted (for example if the sliding scale is $10-$20 and way to require that the numeric value entered is at least $10?)


    Also, I am trying to integrate an appropriate widget and learn how to use it. I need some that can generate a total live in the form from a number of different fields.

    6 pairs of fields in which someone has said they want ______ # of something and want to pay _____ amount for it.

    and then the calculator adds up those totals. I figured out how to do this with the calculation wizard, but can't figure out how to use the for calculation widget- do you have any instructions on that?

    The reason I am exploring both is that I am trying to figure if one of these widgets can add up all of those tallies and then add $5 to each person's total for shipping if they have ordered any of 5 out of the 6 products and $15 for shipping if their order includes one of the products (a very large heavy one).

    I also want these calculations to be included in the automatic reply e-mail.

    I want them to submit the form and then get an e-mail that says:

    THanks so much for your order

    Order Summary (taken from the fields in the form)

    1 ___

    3 _____


    You total including shipping is _______ (taken from calculator in the form)


    Any guidance you can offer would be very helpful, thanks so much



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    Answered on August 19, 2016 at 04:34 AM

    I cloned your form and worked on it a little bit and found a solution  as following to prevent entering word instead number.

    If you use number field instead of text box, you can prevent to be entered as word version of  a number.



    In addition to that; to ensure that number is entered between specified scale; you need to create conditions according to the following situation.

    If user enters a value out of scale, a warning message appear and the rest of the form including submit button disappear. 

    Here is the condition I created for this scenario : 

    Please do not forget to apply these rules to your other fields related product and their price. 

    Here is the screen shot if your user enters a value out of scale.

    Regarding your other question, I opened a new thread and it will be answered there. You can follow it from following link.

    If you need any further assistance from our side, please do not hesitate to contact us. We would be glad to help you. 

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    Answered on August 19, 2016 at 08:45 PM
    this is very helpful. I understand all of it except for the part that reads
    "please enter the value between the scale"
    how do I add this text to appear when someone enters a value outside the
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    Answered on August 19, 2016 at 10:35 PM

    Hi Jonah,

    You can test this form where I put a very basic example using Condition logic.

    Here is the video when I created the form.

    Hope this help. Let us know if you need further assistance.