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  1. Bloom

    Disable Autocomplete

    /* Turn autocomplete off on form*/ document.getElementById("caspioform").setAttribute("autocomplete", "off"); /* Turn autocomplete off on each input text element*/ if (document.getElementsByTagName("input").length > 0) { var inputElements = document.getElementsByTagName("input"); for (i=0; i < inputElements.length ; i++) { if (inputElements[i].getAttribute("type") == "text") { var att = document.createAttribute("autocomplete"); att.value = "off"; inputElements[i].setAttributeNode(att); } } }
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  2. Hi, just to add to the previous comment above. If you have created a Trial account it will be automatically be deleted after 14 days. All the resources and objects in your Caspio Bridge account will also be deleted.
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  3. SinJunYoung

    Edit used Formula

    Since altering the formula may be an issue, I would like to suggest creating another formula field and copying the formula from the previous one so it gets you a fresh set of field. I am thinking that the system automatically preserves the alteration of the field to avoid failing and possible incompatibility issues.
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  4. Hello @richs, I believe you may have this problem because [@field:town] is the text value. You may get the value of the Mill_rate from your lookup table with the following formula so it will be the Number type: SELECT [@field:Mill_rate] FROM Town_lookup WHERE Town=target.[@field:Town] And then you can have another calculated value which is [@field:House_value]*[@field:Mill_rate]/1000 Just change the names of the fields to yours. Hope this helps!
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