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shanemeisner
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Field/card responsive position

Trying to figure out how to make fields "move" based on selections of a field. Tried searching but can't figure out what term to search on so figured I'd ask here..

I have a "Yes", "No" control, and if the selection is "Yes", then I have other fields I need the user to fill-out, otherwise those fields are hidden.

Right now there is a large space between that selection control, and the next selection control due to the hidden labels and fields:

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I am looking to have "Is this a Service" be right below the "Is this a printed...."  when printed is No, and then move below when it is yes, as it shows now when selecting yes:

optionyes.png

Thanks in advance!

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Re: Field/card responsive position

@shanemeisner 

It looks like you are just placing these controls directly on the canvas.  Have you tried the Edit Form control?  When a card (i.e. a control) is hidden the entire form shifts to eliminate the whitespace.

 

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Re: Field/card responsive position

@shanemeisner 

It looks like you are just placing these controls directly on the canvas.  Have you tried the Edit Form control?  When a card (i.e. a control) is hidden the entire form shifts to eliminate the whitespace.

 

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shanemeisner
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Re: Field/card responsive position

Ah Ha!!!

So, add the "hidden" fields in a seperate card, and use my Visible formula ( If(printedproduct.Value = false, false, true) ) for the Card itself, rather then the fields.

Perfect!!! Thanks for the quick response!!
Shane

 

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