They can be hard to accurately press the one you want on a tablet where I have a lot of them as a type of "inspection form" (Yes/No/Na). I thought about trying a Formula-Text field, but I don't know how to make it change the value of another field when clicked. Thanks
var text NewToggle= If([Toggle to trigger Advance Packing List to CATSA]=true,"0","1");
var text URL = URLRoot() & "db/" & Dbid() & "?act=API_EditRecord&rid=" & ToText([Record ID#])
& "&_fid_71=" & $NewToggle;
But while the buttons will be nice and big, it does mean that the page will refresh on each button push. So response time could be an issue for your users.
In the above example I am checking the existing value of a checkbox field and the setting a formula variable to the opposite value. Then I edit the record and put that value into field ID 71.
It looks like attached photos are showing up as thumbs.
>The slanted QB page of yours cracks me up, by the way.
I hurt myself in a game of croquet that got a little spirited and my neck is leaning to the right. I found that if I tilt the screen to the right I can see it normally.
>... would you just use the same code ...
I would use the attached images instead of the dataurl. I used a dataurl for one of the images because I didn't want to upload a file to my application. I am lazy like that.