I am trying to create in an interactive form (via Acrobat DC).
I would like to employ a mouse on click event to some text (simply to select "AD" and "BC" for a date), on which I intend if user clicks on, then the text will be bold for instance.
Is there a way to do it without using check box? (ps., I used basic toggle button for instance to test, visually it's okay. BUT when I export "form data" the selection of the button is not exported).
Please see the image I intend to create:
What color do you want? Bold is not a color.
sorry, I correct myself. I would like to switch from light brown to dark brown.
Yes, I imagine so, but I do not know HOW: that is to say I would like to know with with script + event I can fire that event.
You can use a button for this.
I used basic toggle button for instance to do so, visually it's okay. BUT when I export "form data" the selection of the button is not exported.
You can use a checkbox.
I'm sorry, but as I specified in my question I would like to do it without checkbox.
Sorry I can't help you.
What you're asking for is kind of tricky... One possible way would be to use a button, as well as a (hidden) text field, so the selected value could be exported. When the button is clicked it should change its own appearance setting, as well as set the field's value.
Thank you, a bit multi-tasking, but nice idea. I will try to do so.