So, to begin, I have used Dan Diebolt's Image Onload Technique with jQuery to dictate which sections should be opened/closed by default in view mode. Used this thread for reference: https://quickbase-community.intuit.com/questions/59178-can-form-sections-default-to-closed-using-jqu... Works beautifully.
Here is an example of my problem now: I have told a section named "AAA" to be closed in my jQuery code. When I view a record, section "AAA" is closed by default. It opens & closes just fine in view mode. Now I edit the record & make changes in section "AAA" - if I leave that section open in edit mode & save the record, upon returning to view mode, I cannot open the section. (The carrot points down as if the section is open, but it is not.) If I go back to edit mode, close the section, & save, it works perfectly again in view mode. From what I've read, it is my understanding that section headers "remember" whether or not you left them open or closed; I'm thinking this may be the problem. Any thoughts on this? If it could be the problem, is there any way to disable it? Anything else that I'm missing here? I have tried adding code to my text page so that in edit mode the sections are to be either opened or closed by default, but I end up with the same issue. Any insight is greatly appreciated.