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on enter move to next field

on enter move to next field

(OP)
Hello,

I have a form that has two numeric fields, when the form loads the fields appear with a 0
I was able to get rid of this.

I was trying to add to my script that when the enter key is pressed the cursor clears the 0 and goes to the next field but looks like something is a miss and have been spinning my wheels for a while, any kind of help is much welcomed.

here is what I have

CODE

var ctrlTotal = Runner.getControl(pageid, 'QTY');
var ctrlSUM = Runner.getControl(pageid, 'SQTY');

function init() {
    // Clear forms here
ctrlTotal.setValue("");
    
}
window.onload = init;

$(document).keydown(function(e) {
  if (e.keyCode == 13) 
  {
      

function init() {
    // Clear forms here
ctrlSUM.setValue("");
    
}
window.onload = init;
  }
}); 

RE: on enter move to next field

Why two init() functions?

one is defined and nested in .keydown() but will never be called from there by being attached to window.onload.

Chris.

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RE: on enter move to next field

(OP)
ChrisHirst,

I saw where my mistake was. I appreciate you spending the time to look at it else I would never have noticed it.

again thanks,

EV

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