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  •  Is it possible in a Maestro form to detect if/when the form is loaded from a saved submissions versus a newly opened form, or the next stage of a collaboration form. Composer was able to use "evt.evtData.type;" to check for Saved or Submitted,...
     Is it possible in a Maestro form to detect if/when the form is loaded from a saved submissions versus a newly opened form, or the next stage of a collaboration form. Composer was able to use "evt.evtData.type;" to check for Saved or Submitted, etc. can we do the same with Maestro?
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  • So I have a repeat group in a simple form, which has an editability rule on the fields. The form has a lookup that returns data for certain circumstances, and if the lookup option is used the fields should not be editable.

    This repeat group is...

    So I have a repeat group in a simple form, which has an editability rule on the fields. The form has a lookup that returns data for certain circumstances, and if the lookup option is used the fields should not be editable.

    This repeat group is also hidden on form load, and only become visible if a radio button has "Yes" clicked. The issue is that the lookup returns that value, so it's not clicked by the user either. When you click the radio button manually the fields trigger between editable and read only, but not when it's all automated. 

    Any ideas on how to get the editability rule to function properly while the field is transitioning in it's visibility state? Any help is appreciated.

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  • Okay, thanks heaps, got that working. 

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  • Stephen Smith started a new discussion, Using js moment in Maestro
    Using js moment in Maestro

    In composer you could use js moment functionality by calling "sfcInternal.moment". Is there a similar way to call moment in Maestro?

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  • So I shouldn't use the usual option of double clicking the element in the script window, which produces 'data.dateOfBirth', and instead just put in 'dateOfBirth', so the line should be like the following: 

    $('#dateOfBirth').attr('type','tel');


    As...

    So I shouldn't use the usual option of double clicking the element in the script window, which produces 'data.dateOfBirth', and instead just put in 'dateOfBirth', so the line should be like the following: 

    $('#dateOfBirth').attr('type','tel');


    As an example?

    Thanks again 

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