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Topic: Why automatic tab skip next page?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 59905
From: wdb
Date: 5/29/2002 05:42 PM

In a PDF application I want to skip to the next field automatically, as soon as the field is full, so I have inserted in the field "Field01" this statement:
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if (AFMergeChange(event).length == event.target.charLimit)
this.getField("Field02").setFocus();
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Well, my PDF document have three identical pages, with all the same fields duplicated. If I am in the first page, field "Field01", and the charlimit occurs, the field that the application presents me is correctly the "Field02" but on the second or third page.
Why the automatic tab skip refer to other pages instead of the first?
Thanks.

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