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Loading icon on Scrollable form

I have a long form that gets user input and then passes through different steps of the flow to store details in a newly created entity, and all this process takes roughly 5 sec. So I need a way to let users know that data is processing and that they have already clicked on the submit button.

Currently, the loading symbol only displays on the top half of the form (which, to see, the user needs to scroll up to the top ), thus putting the user in the dilemma if they have already clicked on submit button or need to do it again.

So, we need a way to notify the users that the form is processing, either on the entire form or at least near the submit button at the bottom.

See the image below- the grey area shows the loading circle, and the white space doesn't show any loading sign.

5 days ago
Replace list of string in Word document Table

Hi everyone,

I'm currently working on a project where I need to fetch data from an external source and insert it into a Word document in a table format. The Word document has a specific table format that needs to be followed. However, the fetch query can return different numbers of results, including zero results, one result, or more than 60 rows depending on the database table's entries.

I'm looking for advice on how to have a dynamic replace text in the Word document logic that can keep the static text and company logo as is but only replace the tokens of the table with the query results, regardless of the number of results.

One idea I had was to use a merge HTML table if the query result returns more than one row and somehow place this table on the provided Word doc, which is only one page with a blank table. I'm wondering if this is a viable option, and if not, what other methods can be used to achieve the desired outcome.

FYI, I have 5 columns in total

Any guidance or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!

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