I spent the last week making some sweet updates to my Dynamic Stamp Dialog Creator.
The tool lets you easily create input dialogs for dynamic stamps without writing any code. When a user places your stamp, it will automatically create an input dialog based on the properties you set in the fields on the stamp. Fields that were set to be required will also be required by the stamp dialog; the user won’t be able to dismiss the dialog with the OK button until those fields have a valid value. Speaking of… the stamp dialog will also honor any validation parameters in your field so if you want the dialog to accept only numbers in a certain range or only dates that occur in the past, just set that up in your field.
If the user decides they don’t need that stamp after all or don’t have enough information to complete it, they can just hit Cancel. Some special code in the dialog will delete the stamp immediately after it’s placed. The stamps work independently of the custom command that creates them so once you have your stamp, you can distribute it to everyone who needs it.
The update adds support for…
- Default values
- Dropdown lists
- Field validation
- Required fields
- A Cancel button
This free tool is perfect for quickly creating electronic versions of engineering and architect shop drawing and review stamps that require user input.
Check out the practicalPDF Dynamic Stamp Dialog Creator at its new home page for a complete list of features.