Paragraph Fields not working

Formidable Forms
22 February, 2020 08:14:09
erdickey
Topics: 2
Messages: 4
Hi, when we have a long paragraph field, it doesn't correctly to transfer to the PDF template. I realize I can right-click and make the field larger, but then it stops at the end of the page and I cannot extend it to the next page or move it off the page. I read somewhere on this forum that you recently added the ability to extend a field to a second page, but only for html. You previously had us switch from using html fields to text fields because we needed read-only fields that would show up on our entries (and the html fields do not). So we are stuck! Is there a fix for these issues? Ideally, the auto-template is initially created to the correct size.
Thank you!
22 February, 2020 11:30:15
E2Pdf
Support
Topics: 7
Messages: 2298
Hi,

Unfortunately, splitting content across "textarea" or other fields still not available. As you mentioned only "html" object can split content over pages and it's actually read-only. The example of using splitting content across pages: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZNxz_JZ3d0.

As about "textfield" field size, we are actually working on adding splitting content across fields + extended "Actions" and "Conditions" which must solve all this issues mentioned above but due the complex of task it requires more time than we expected.

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23 February, 2020 12:19:28
erdickey
Topics: 2
Messages: 4
When this is completed, where will it be announced? Can we be notified? And how long before you think this will be available? Thanks
23 February, 2020 23:59:03
E2Pdf
Support
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Messages: 2298
We moved your thread to "Feature Requests" so when feature will be available you will get be notified by answer in this thread with email notification. Currently we expect the release until end of 2nd quarter of this year. We are doing our best to release all features the fastest we can. Sorry for inconvenience.

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