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    Default Labels for repeating sections

    When previewing or running a dialog with repeating sections in a container I am having a problem with the labels. They are not staying in the designated position and often are on top of each other. attached is a screen shot demonstrating this problem.

    I have not installed the last update yet. Maybe this was already addressed?

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    Default Re: Labels for repeating sections

    I had some hidden controls in the repeating sections container. This seems to be causing the labels to distort. Not sure why but so far moving these outside the container solved the problem.
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    Default Re: Labels for repeating sections

    I am having this problem, but i do not have any hidden fields. It is in a repeating section, which is inside a frame that has a show/hide button. When i click to show, the labels look like below. If the show/hide property is not used, the labels show just fine. I have tried adjusting every property but cannot figure it out. Anyone have a fix for this?


    labels.giflabels1.gif
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    Default Re: Labels for repeating sections

    I have to correct myself. This issue is not caused by the show/hide property. It is caused by using a conditional show/hide expression in a drop down field "EMSinjuriesYN = 'Yes'".
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    Default Re: Labels for repeating sections

    setting the row labels to all rows fixes the problem for me.

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    Default Re: Labels for repeating sections

    I was having the issue with repeating rows on a tab.
    I put {dialog.Object}._prepareRepeatingSection({container name});
    in the client-side OnTabPaneChanged event , and suddenly everything looks the way I expect it to.


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    Default Re: Labels for repeating sections

    How can I REMOVE the labels in a repeating section altogether? I want the rule to be DO NOT show labels...

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