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CSS Form Builder non re-entrant or partly buggy ?

Thread began 6/07/2010 6:30 am by Laurent | Last modified 6/07/2010 12:37 pm by Laurent | 3009 views | 7 replies

Ray BorduinWebAssist

Though technically non re-entrant... since any updates you make after application will not be recognized... it should still remove and replace any form and not create duplicate code like this, so this sounds like a bug, but it depends on your process.

To edit the form, make sure to click the edit button after highlighting the form in the properties inspector window. If you simply highlight and reapply over the old form it would not properly replace all of the other parts of the code, so that may be what happened in this case.

I will report it to the QA team to log as a bug and investigate a solution.

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