I have a topic that can take the chosen value in a vertical radio buttons list.
But some values in this list have a description so long that it can not be displayed on one line. So I need a "return to line" in the list of radio buttons. (see attached photo)
How to do ?
Thank you for your wise advice.
I’m pretty new with using Filemaker, but still I built a solution that fits pretty all my needs (for now…)
I’m still experiencing one big problem with my solution for which I would need help.
Here’s the context : I run a little company. We receive financial reports every quarter.
All quarterly reports ( Excel file or csv file) have the exact same form.
I then created a layout based on the table created when importing the csv that works properly.
My need: as I’m to receive a new financial report on next quarters (Q12018, Q22018, Q32018 etc.), I would like to pull the new data from my Main layout.
Is there a way of having a layout pull the data from the new table (actually whatever table) to be created each time I’ll be importing a new Financial Report without getting rid of the original data (which I would like to keep in place, for obvious reasons)? Let’s say from a pull down?
Thank you very much for your help and don’t hesitate to get back to me if my explanations aren’t clear enough.
I'd get some problems with date formats after installing FMS 15, and I'm trying to solve it by importing to a clone of the original database. But two tables has no layouts and I can't find a way to import these tables without making a layout in the clone or adding a table when importing. The last seems to be the simplest, but how will the relationships behave?
How can I extract content from sub summary layout objects using? https://fmhelp.filemaker.com/help/16/fmp/en/index.html#page/FMP_Help/getlayoutobjectattribute.html
I'm able to grab the content from the first subsummary, not the remaining however.
set field( output; GetLayoutObjectAttribute( 'header', 'content' ) & GetLayoutObjectAttribute( 'row', 'content' ) & GetLayoutObjectAttribute( 'footer', 'content' ) ) works fine, the bad thing is that only row 1 finds its way to the output-field.