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Showing Request Count or Current Request in Find MOde

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Hello all,

I have a system going and I don't show the Status Bar. It is hidden and locked away so it cant cause trouble for me. I had a cool search system created that unfortunately may be to costly to system resources and needs to be redone and simplyfied.

I want to show in my form the request count and the current request number as if the user were cycling through a list view. How do you show these elements in Find Mode?

Please let me know if it is a lost cause so I don't waste too much time.

Thanks

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I would create global fields for those values and set them by script when a user enters find mode/performs finds/add requests/delete requests/navigates.

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The global fields and scripting the, new request, delete request, next request, prev request buttons was easy enough. Thanks for the help. I attempted to make an icon for the Omit/Include button, one icon for Omit and when clicked it changes to an include icon. My attempt at fancy toggling icons failed since container fields go blank in Find mode when changed, I set it up as a global and everything. Any chance you know how to make the toggling icon work in Find mode. Right now I have a global text field with some fancy formating acting as my Include and Omit toggle button.

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You have a script that runs when entering Find mode, yes? After Enter Find Mode[], Set Field[] your Include/Omit global.

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