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Hi, I write from Mexico. I would like to know if there is a way to make the finder ignore accent marks. I've captured in my database words like "Juárez" but I would like the finder to report results even if the public type "Juarez" (whithout the "´" mark in "a"). Is that possible? Thank you in advance. Israel.
Hello, I have a table I am maintaining of products. It has about 1,000 records in it. One of the fields is SKU, which is a unique identifier for each product. Some users would like to be able to search for several SKUs within the file...how can they (or can they at all?) search for 100002, 102567, 256789 in one search field? I have the parameter today set up as "contains" - should I do something else? I've tried some boolean separators as well like ampersand or * but those didn't work. Any thoughts or ideas I could try? Thank you!
Hello, I am using a search form that has an autocomplete field. When users type into the field the autocomplete present a dropdown menu that has a maximum length of 10 possible records that contain the text that was entered. Is it possible to expand this selection menu to a higher amount, like 20? Our database has many records, so sometime the desire choice does not come up with the 10 options that are available. - David
Hello, I am using a submission form with an autocomplete field. A problem that users are running into is that when they type in text and press "enter", the first item of the autocomplete menu is submitted instead of whatever text they have typed in. If the mouse is moved over another item of the autocomplete dropdown and "enter" is pressed or the mouse if clicked, that item will be selected - which works well. But... is possible to not automatically highlight the first item of the autocomplete field so that if "enter" is pressed, the text they have typed in will be submitted, instead of