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  1. I'm not versed in jQuery terms but I got this working with the following. First include the cdn of jquery on your Header, you get no errors, so, that means you already have it included, but for anyone who might need it HEADER > DISABLED HTML EDITOR <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.5.1/jquery.min.js"></script> FOOTER If you want to go through every input, then use 'input' instead of cbParam What the code in the if does is it goes to the parent element of the current input (it goes to div) then searches the NEXT sibling
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  2. I tried this, and it is definitely because you are using #inserted as Destination and source. Maybe create a table variable and store the initial #inserted table there so you won't select from a table that's being constantly modified through the loop, or create another table altogether, that's where it conflicts.
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  3. Oh, alright, sorry about that, thank you for the solution, as well!
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  4. Hello @Kuroshi I am thinking of a workaround for this and came up with this -> Create a Task instead that has the same functionality as your Triggered action. Task is somehow similar to trigger. However, the task will not fire automatically once you inserted a record. you will need to click the 'Run' task or schedule when will the Task run. I hope this helps and works. - Barbie
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  5. kcastagnaro

    Calendar Pop up

    Hi! I was actually able to figure it out. I had to customize the following in my CSS. It was 14px. Thank you so much for your help! div.numInputWrapper span { position: absolute; right: 0; width: 2px; height: 50%; line-height: 50%; cursor: pointer; -webkit-box-sizing: border-box; box-sizing: border-box; }
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