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  • Plugin Author codepeople

    (@codepeople)

    Hi,

    I’ve tested your form and the result have only two decimal digits with all combinations of values used.

    About hide the calculated field until the calculate button be pressed. I suggest assign a classname to the calculated field through the “Add Css Layout Keywords” attribute, for example myclass, and then paste the following class definition in any of CSS files of your website:

    .myclass{display:none;}

    Finally in the equation uses the snippet of code:

    jQuery(‘.myclass’).show();

    In this case, the equation should be defined in the format:

    (function(){
    jQuery(‘.myclass’).show();
    return PREC(POW(fieldname4*(1+fieldname2/100),fieldname3),2);
    })()

    Best regards.

    Hi Codepeople.

    It’s not working for me.
    If i for example enter 2, 20, 100 in the fields i get Kr.1,4859473959783544e+40 in the calculated field.

    Also, i tried doing the things about hiding the calculated field and it’s not working either. Where should the jQuery code be entered?

    Thanks

    Plugin Author codepeople

    (@codepeople)

    Hi,

    The issue is simple, the result is a big positive number, that should be represented with scientific notation.

    About the new class “myclass”, you should include its definition in a css file loaded in your website. I’ve checked the styles loaded in your website and I’ve not found the this class definition.

    Best regards.

    Hi,

    Oops, that was my fault.

    I’ve now added .myclass {display:none;} to both the style.css and custom.css files, and it is still not working.

    Thanks

    Plugin Author codepeople

    (@codepeople)

    Hi,

    You have forgotten uncheck the option: “Evaluate dynamically the equations associated to the calculated fields”, from the “Form Settings” tab of your form.

    Best regards.

    Thanks for the help 🙂

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