A bit of a brainstorming request. I have a mobile app form, quite extensive with many sections. As such I need a status indicator for each of these sections to let the users know whether or not that section has been completed.
For online purposes I simply reference a publicly available URL for a red dot, amber dot, and green dot and hide the various images based on rules.
However, I need this form to work offline as well. I was rather hoping when the form was downloading, the images may be cached but apparently not.
With no HTML and CSS at our disposal, I wonder if anyone has any ideas on how to do this. A visual indicator would be preferable to text really.
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you can place 2 label controls on your form. As you can't fill it you need to "write" the square. So open html mode and add
for the green one
for the red one label.
Don't know if this is displayed correctly in this forum so here again is the code for the red square screenshotted
Now place rules on them to hide / show them when appropriate, in my case I only have a title field but of course it will also work with sections
That looks perfect. Thanks. Seems so straight forward now but sometimes you just need another brain to show you the way when you've been used to doing something a certain way.