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  1. @SteveRHC You are correct to say Caspio doesn't care - they have had this problem for well over a year, and their CB Updates always seem to target less important things. I've tried many times to get the ball rolling, just to be ignored. You may need to change those settings for the Chrome app itself as well. Go to main settings of the iPhone -> Scroll down until you see Chrome and tap on it -> Make sure 'Allow Cross-site Tracking' is turned on.
  2. @SinJunYoung This is exactly what I am going for. Thank you for all of the help!
  3. @CoopperBackpack I appreciate the help, but that is not quite what I was going for. I think I will use this in another application I have, though! Thanks.
  4. I apologize for the bad title - not too sure what to name this one. I have one dropdown field "Number of Employees:" where the user can select the numbers 1-8. I have 8 other text fields: Employee1, Employee2, Employee3...Employee8. I am trying to figure out a way to show the same number of Employee fields as the value of Number Of Employees. In Example, if the user set the Number Of Employees dropdown to 1, I would want 1 of the Employee text fields to show, and the other 7 to be hidden. If they selected 4, I would only want 4 to show and the other 4 to be hidden. If 8
  5. Thanks, @CoopperBackpack, I will take this information and run with it. I appreciate the help.
  6. Hello, I am trying to create a custom autonumber to be used in my table. For some reference, there are two tables in question. The first is an already existing table for Bids - Bid Table. This has a Bid ID (regular autonumber) that I need to use in the autonumber (Est_ID) of the next table (Estimate_Table). We are trying to make the Est_ID for the Estimate_Table to be something like: [@field:Bid_ID]-1, [@field:Bid_ID]-2....[@field:Bid_ID]-6 where the first part of the autonumber is the corresponding Bid ID it is linked to, plus the number of iterations there are. To clarify further,
  7. @CoopperBackpack, I apologize, when I added my personal field to the script, it added a "#" to the field that prevented the script from working. It is now working on my side. I appreciate the help.
  8. Hey @CoopperBackpack, Thank you for the reply! I have tried using this snippet on an HTML page, but I am getting an error. Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected number. When I open the page, nothing happens. I have tried logging out and logging back in on the page and received the same results. Any idea what this would be for?
  9. Hello, I am creating a quiz application where I have two versions of the same quiz for my employees to take. I am trying to think of a way to redirect half of my employee table to quiz 1 and the other half to quiz 2. My initial thought is to go off of Employee Number. If it is an odd number, they get quiz 1. If it is an even number, they get quiz 2. The employee number is 4 digits long. How would I go about finding if the last digit in the value is 1, 3, 5, 7, or 9? <script> if(Last Digit Of "[@authfield:employee_number]" == 1, 3, 5, 7, 9){ window.location = "h
  10. @NiceDuck Thank you, that's a helpful article and it answered most of my questions. May I ask, how many tasks do you have set up? Is there a limit to the number of tasks I can have? I don't need them to run at the same time, just on the same day, and I would probably need ~15 of them. I do understand the DataHub Requests per month limit - I am just wondering about actual connections for different files.
  11. I'm trying to figure out a way to get our estimating files on Caspio. I have been looking at Scheduled Imports, but I'm a little confused. Can you only do one file at a time on a scheduled import? If so, does that mean I would have to create multiple scheduled imports and make sure my files are named in the right order? That seems like it won't work for a long time solution. Is there a way to import multiple files a day from excel to Caspio, without being in the Bridge? Or, maybe, is there a way I could get the upload to happen as soon as my colleague saves it to our office server?
  12. Is there a caspio standard way to have an alert box pop up? I have a text field value that has 6 choices, represented by radio buttons. If the user clicks on '6', I am trying to get an alert to pop up. This will just be like a dialog/alert box where the user has to click okay to get back to the form. Can anyone help me out with this? I have tried with some JS, however I am not sure how to implement/call it. var reasonChoice = [@Reason]; if (reasonChoice = "6") { window.alert("Please see update below.") } Any help is appreciated.
  13. Hey @NickO, Did you ever figure out a solution to this?
  14. Your problem is that you are redirecting your users to a site (caspio.com) using the Authentication as well as expecting to redirect using your script. You need to set Login Redirection On Success to Same Page. With it like this, you aren't redirecting your users with the actual authentication, they are just staying on the same page, so the script will be able to run, which THEN will redirect users. Everything else looks like it is set up correctly. The Timeout option is a helpful security feature. If your user is idle on your page for whatever you set that timeout to, they get logg
  15. This is what I use. The sections are closed when you open the page. Do this for each section. If you want the first one to be opened when you first open the page, just get rid of the style="display:none" on the opening HTML block. HTML Block at beginning of section, enter this. <input type="button" onClick="Displayer(1)" value="Receiving Info"><br> <style> button styling </style> <table id="Section1" style="display:none;"><td> HTML Block at the end of section, enter this. </td></table> With this little script in the foo
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