Tabindexes for fields on Custom Forms Hot

by Lucie Mlynarova on September 01, 2015

The process designer would like to navigate user which field to fill in after the field which was just filled in.

  • The tabindex is used to define a sequence that users follow when they use the Tab key to navigate through a page.

    Ideas

    Target Release
    1HCY'18
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  • We'll put this under consideration for the 1HCY'18 release.
    David J. Easter Commented by David J. Easter June 28, 2017
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    We'll put this under consideration for the 1HCY'18 release.

    Thinking about this more, I can see the challenges with implementing a true tabindex as there are elements outside of the custom form that are rendered via sbm proper. Not to mention hidden fields, etc. Perhaps there is a way to manage a pseudo tabindex? Such as a relative tabindex within the custom form and relative to what's currently displayed (e.g. disregarding hidden/disabled/read only fields)
    Curtis LaPrise Commented by Curtis LaPrise February 16, 2017
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    Thinking about this more, I can see the challenges with implementing a true tabindex as there are elements outside of the custom form that are rendered via sbm proper. Not to mention hidden fields, etc. Perhaps there is a way to manage a pseudo tabindex? Such as a relative tabindex within the custom form and relative to what's currently displayed (e.g. disregarding hidden/disabled/read only fields)

    Was searching to figure out how to do this as we have some data entry forms and here I am at the idea! This would be VERY helpful. as opposed to making the user click through the fields as the tabindex is all over the place.
    Curtis LaPrise Commented by Curtis LaPrise February 16, 2017
    Top 10 Reviewer  -  

    Was searching to figure out how to do this as we have some data entry forms and here I am at the idea! This would be VERY helpful. as opposed to making the user click through the fields as the tabindex is all over the place.

     

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