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Slow reaction whilst 'tabbing' through a form

Community Beginner ,
Nov 12, 2015

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We have created a form which is a way of recording a list of passenger details, for each passenger there are 4 fields and we are allowing for up to 80 passengers.

Whether these form elements show is also dependent on a radio button having a certain value so each Passenger field has a related conditional attached.

Now the issue is when client chooses the radio button that does not show the passenger fields there is about up to a 25 second delay before the form reacts and takes the user to the signature panel.

Is this purely a numbers issue – so many conditionals to work out (320 individual elements) before it can move? Or is there something else?

Your help would be appreciated

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John

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Slow reaction whilst 'tabbing' through a form

Community Beginner ,
Nov 12, 2015

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We have created a form which is a way of recording a list of passenger details, for each passenger there are 4 fields and we are allowing for up to 80 passengers.

Whether these form elements show is also dependent on a radio button having a certain value so each Passenger field has a related conditional attached.

Now the issue is when client chooses the radio button that does not show the passenger fields there is about up to a 25 second delay before the form reacts and takes the user to the signature panel.

Is this purely a numbers issue – so many conditionals to work out (320 individual elements) before it can move? Or is there something else?

Your help would be appreciated

Thanks

John

Topics

Bug Error, Questions Need Help

Views

89

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Be kind and respectful, give credit to the original source of content, and search for duplicates before posting. Learn more

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