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    How to change the name of the image field used in conditions?

    Asked by bdoodle on October 25, 2016 at 10:06 AM

    I am creating scores of fields with identical attributes except each is linked to a different uploaded png file.  When I duplicate the first image field and link the duplicate to a different image png file, I get another field that looks right.  However, although the duplicated field has a different ID, it has the same name.  Aside from the fact that the duplicated name is not meaningful to the second field, when I create a condition based on one of the fields, I can't tell one from another when I try to select the field from the drop down list of all fields.  I can see no way to change the name (NOT the ID) of the duplicated field to address the issue. Please help.



    My "in progress" form where I'm duplicating image fields is:



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    Answered by EltonCris on October 25, 2016 at 11:48 AM

    You're right, that seems to be very inconvenient.

    I suggest to temporarily switch to the old image wizard so you can change the image names used in conditions. To do that, simply append the &old parameter in the form builder URL.



    or use this:


    This would give you access to the old image wizard where you can change the name.

    If you want to go back to the new wizard, replace &old with &test

    Let me also raised this to our developers so they can provide a solution for situations like this.


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    Answered by bdoodle on October 25, 2016 at 02:44 PM
    Thank you. I'll try this.