Not sure from your post if you want to move to another form or a another record. If it is a form, I would keep each record type (form) in its own folder and use "select folder" action. To move to another record you have several actions available - can't suggest which with out knowing what your goals are. AFAIK there are no direct methods to select a specific form if there are more one in a folder (or "close a form"). Sometimes it would be nice to have a alternate form view of the same data (record type) but at moment limited to sheets which do have layout restrictions.
The new action in V10 "close window" should close a popup according to help file but --- I could not get it to work and no further communication from support???. What I wanted to do was open and close a warning popup with a timer script. Anyone else had success - must try again in V10.1 when it arrives but when, who knows!
Script Designer – you can comment any line of code;
Popup Records action allows you to setup a new window width and height size;
The new “Close Window” action allows you to close a popuped window with a script;
The new “Position” column allows you to show the record’s position in its folder;
PNG images format is fully supported now;
Now you can view number of records after filtering on the folder information bar;
Just matter of interest, how did you script the closing of a popup window?
I can do it with a button on the popup form but this is redundent as there is already a close button at bottom of form. A timer script just won't fire for me while a popup is open and this is what I need to happen. At moment what is practical use except to close window and combine with further script actions?
One example would be to use an “On Edit” option for a field to run an “IF” command.
If the user ticks a box, or enters in a specific value you are looking for into any field, then a normal IF command will run the on edit and Close Window, ELSE it will do nothing, or whatever you like.
A timer script just won't fire for me while a popup is open and this is what I need to happen.
Your right. Just tested this and it will not work with a timer.
lol.... I'd report that only I'm waiting on many replies at this stage.
Your idea could be useful if you want to exit a input form if the answer to first question is no - like filling in our income tax forms where no further imformation is needed if certain conditions are met.
Actually I have not been doing much with BD lately untill they sort out all their problems - mainly following this forum to stay up to date and try to assist fellow users.