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Script not executing on all computers

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I have a simple navigation script attached to a button that is part of a tab sequence. I cycle through the fields using the enter key. After the last field I land on the button, hit the enter key and the script runs. Good.

I copied the file to another computer. Same OS (XP) same version FM9 Adv. However the button script will not execute. The cursor lands on the button but when I hit enter nothing happens. I tried on a another computer in our office, same results. I even tried it over the network, still didn't work.

I cannot not figure out what the difference would be. Hoping someone can tell me.

Thanks

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Does it even start trying to run the script? Have you used debugger to see if it starts the execution?

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Having trouble posting file. Give me a little time

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Having trouble posting file. Give me a little time

See this Reply from me, and see if it helps

http://fmforums.com/forum/showpost.php?post/313640/

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Don't mean to jump in to late, but do you have a script trigger plugin on the other computer?

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The buttons in question are on the PR_PayRecord layout. There two buttons (two scripts) that work together in the navigation. One is labeled "Go To Next Line". The other button is directly underneath the one. Thanks for taking a look.

SFDPRv2SL_Clone.zip

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Hmmmmm... Seems to be working for me.

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Does for me on two computers. But the one I need it to run on, it won't. I don't know why it would make any diffrence, but the two it runs on are laptops. The two it won't run on are desktops. Does that provide a clue?

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