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mrosario

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Color Changing Form Button with Javascript
« on: May 18, 2019, 08:08:35 pm »

Hi, I have recently received assistance with some scripting on another website but still seem to be having issues and I have come to the conclusion it is because I am in a non-adobe application. I have a few things I am trying to do:
(1) I am trying to create a button that goes from one color to transparent each time it is pressed. I have gotten it to work with the following code: "event.target.fillColor = (color.equal(color.red, event.target.fillColor)) ? color.transparent : color.red;". But for some reason I can't get it to work on yellow. When I put "yellow" in the code, one press will turn the button yellow but will no longer click to transparent and back again. I have gotten it to work on three colors, green, red and black.
(2) In regards to the colors I am needing to make the individual buttons, can I adjust the colors to a specific one? For instance, when I have green set as the color - it turns a lime green but would like to adjust it to a forest green. Is that possible with color codes??
(3) Finally, I am needing to link the buttons. For instance, on page 3 of the document I have button that is clicked and turned to red. I need another button to mimic this action on page 20. In regards to this I also have a code that works for Adobe applications: "var newColor = (color.equal(color.red, event.target.fillColor)) ? color.blue : color.red; 
event.target.fillColor = newColor; 
this.getField("Name of other field").fillColor = newColor;"
This works but only for the 2nd button. Meaning, when I click the button on page 3, that button doesn't change colors but it does change the colors on page 20.

Any assistance is greatly appreciated!!
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