[Edit: Added screenshots. The first shows the form as it is now, the yes/no multiple choice inputs available, the switch to radio buttons, and the resulting form where "None of the above" appears as an unwanted radio button.]
I never understood this "Native QuickBase" meme. What is it about my method that is unnative QuickBase? Seriously cast out your demons that are holding you back from solving every QuickBase problem.
Quite frankly, most of the well posed questions on this forum have simple answers.
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Then, just put that field somewhere on the form that has the radio buttons on it, and it will hide the "None of the Above" label. Slick!
Just an update to this post. I tried the code above and it does work well for removing the option, but in the newer quickbase you have to make it a "rich text" formula field. The html checkbox thing no longer applies.
Thanks for the tip, though, it was great to get that option out of there.