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When adding the list elements and list values, make sure you only add the ones you need, if you need 3 elements in your list don't click on the 4th box in the property palette, this will add one more list element.
If you have a blank element and you want to remove it, the only way is to click on the property without clicking the "More..." button press on the "Inherit" button on the top of the property palette, this will reset the list elements and list values so you can add only the elements you want.
Nice one James, I didn't know about that one.
Thanks jwh for this great solution! :)
On my german keyboard it is:
ctrl+< for deleting a line
ctrl+> (= ctrl+shift+<) for adding a new line
I have another question (you can maybe help me, too?).
On this popup lists you can have several items. When you open a form (via web) and the list has more than x items (maybe 5 or 6) the form shows a scroll bar on the right side.
Is there any poosibility to set how much items has to show and only show a scroll bar when there are more items in the list?
Or other way: set the maximum of shown items so big, that there will be no scroll bar.
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Is there any poosibility to set how much items has to show and only show a scroll bar when there are more items in the list?The scrollbar for a poplist is handled by Forms internally based on the number of items in the list. There is no way to directly control the scrollbar. You may be able to control the scrollbar if you create your own Pluggable Java Component (PJC). PJCs are discussed in the Help documentation.
Or other way: set the maximum of shown items so big, that there will be no scroll bar.I don't think so, but you can try it.
Thanks for your answers. :)
if you still have extra empty option then make sure of these:
1- make pop list item required
2- if its database item ... make sure you have yes on databse item and column name filled
3- make the column in table to have default value like '1'