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Form Comb Field

Marquart, Joshua D

Hello,

 

I’m about to start investigating how to have FOP generate a form comb field input area.

By a “form comb field input area” I mean an area where the line is underlined, with letter areas separated by half-length pipes coming up from the underline.

I do not plan to have this area pre-filled with text, but do plan to use it for form generation.

 

Has anyone done anything like this previously and had any success; perhaps someone has already designed an SVG snippet they can share?

 

Thanks,

 

Josh

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Re: Form Comb Field

Szeak (Register Man)
Hi,

You can do this in various way. Ie.:
1. A table with two lines, fixed height, and number of columns as you need. For the lower line's columns need to define border-bottom and border-right (or left).
2. Using an SVG (i don't give you an example, i'm not an SVG expert)
3. Using an image, which represents one column, repeated N times.

Best regards

Szeak

2017-10-14 0:33 GMT+02:00 Marquart, Joshua D <[hidden email]>:

Hello,

 

I’m about to start investigating how to have FOP generate a form comb field input area.

By a “form comb field input area” I mean an area where the line is underlined, with letter areas separated by half-length pipes coming up from the underline.

I do not plan to have this area pre-filled with text, but do plan to use it for form generation.

 

Has anyone done anything like this previously and had any success; perhaps someone has already designed an SVG snippet they can share?

 

Thanks,

 

Josh

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