Within the Nintex Forms designer, there is a "reset" button - but that resets ALL forms designs.
I have a scenario where I need to reset the 'DESKTOP' layout (only) - but can't. I can either reset ALL - or copy from the 'mobile' layout - and can't delete the DEFAULT layout.
Perhaps the dialog for "replace with layout" could have a "reset to auto-generated" as well ??
Or - the ability to delete the default layout - meaning 'reset to auto-generated' ??17 votes
Good thought. Thanks for the idea.
There should be an option to make one or more controls the same size as another selected control on the form. This is a very common option to have in graphical interface designers, as seen in Netbeans and Visual Studio.
Select a control: then select X number of controls, right click to get options to "Make controls the same size" >> first selected control is the control that determines the size of all other selected controls.67 votes
As we are currently focused on Universal Forms, this is not on the short to medium term.
Once we have shipped Universal Forms for SharePoint, we will revisit Classic Forms.
It would be nice to have the Min Date and max Date feature available with date time control as its available in jQuery date picker control.Please refer to http://jqueryui.com/datepicker/#min-max48 votes
This feature may not make it into the initial release of Universal Forms, but can be achieved through the custom validation rules functionality in Universal Forms when released.
It would be great to be able to have an Autocomplete feature (similar to google search) built into the forms.We would like for our users to beable to type in the first couple characters and display results based on what they entered above/below. Another key feature would be the ability to click/select on the autocomplete function to fill it in.Lastly, to be able to reference a list and filter that specific feature based on another list within sharepoint would be optimal.120 votes
This is now in the backlog and something we would like to implement with Universal Forms for the List Lookup control.
I will update this feature when we begin development on the List Lookup control for Universal Forms for SharePoint.
Within the designer, have a button that exports the List / Library, Form and associated workflows to a solution file (WSP) which can then be added to another environment21 votes
Great suggestion. We’ll be looking at this one in more depth.
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