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Cursor  User functions only work once per text box

Issue Type: Status: Priority: Date Submitted: Votes:
Bug Completed Medium Fri 27th Dec 2013 2 votes Vote Up Vote Down
 
Found in version: Last Updated: Completed in version: Date Completed: Track Changes:
5.0.31.4 Thu 31st Jul 2014 5.0.32 Thu 31st Jul 2014 Log In
 
saabieFri 27th Dec 2013 13:20
If the same user function is used more than once in the same text box then, even though it has different parameters and different results each time, every instance will print the same result.
eg. if the text box contains:
%Dollar[555]% %Dollar[707]% %Dollar[2]%
and "Dollar" is a user function that simply formats the value as dollars and cents, the output will be:
$5.55 $5.55 $5.55
This also occurs if the function calls are in different alternate restrictions, but not if they are in different tasks.

Workaround: If you duplicate the function and use a different copy each time, eg:
%Dollar1[555]% %Dollar2[707]% %Dollar3[2]%
then you get the expected output.
 
CampbellThu 31st Jul 2014 21:59
Fixed.
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