The settings in the main Form element on top of the Elements panel control many features regarding the entire form. In this element’s Element Properties you can set things like date formats, page margins, language for spellcheck, description formula, states of completion, email notifications etc.
Perhaps the most important setting here is the Description Formula field. You can read about this in Designing: 6.2 Description Formula.
Most of the properties in this tab concerns the display of date and time elements. The settings here apply to all date and time elements throughout the form. You can also set date and time options on each individual element. See Designing: 4.3 Date and Time for a description of the individual settings.
Tip: You should probably change the Form Element ID at the bottom of this tab if you have copied the form from somewhere else.
This is where you set rules that involve a IF… THEN logic, often used to hide or show specific parts of a form. Read more about rules in Designing: 5.1 Rules (branching/skip formulas).
This is where you decide how the form tiles displayed in the app should look. Set the color of the label and the tiles (default is white text on navy blue background). You can also choose a different icon.
Here you can specify various settings regarding the print output to a PDF file, such as page sizes and what to include and exclude from print.
The first options here, Language and Country, decide the national settings to be used in your browser, such as speling, decimal sign, currency etc. More nationalities will soon be added in these categories.
The Word Break (not PDF) decides what type of word breaks you want in text entered in a form. The default is “Automatic” – a ‘gentle’ form of breaking words. You can also select “Anywhere in a word” or “Never break a word”.
The Min/Max view width controls how much a form will change size when viewed on a phone screen. Zegeba’s forms are responsive, they will change the way they look on a phone or tablet to fit all parts of the form in one screen, so some elements may look very small. If you put Min view width to 700, the form will not go below 700 pixels in width, but rather show a scrollbar that you must use to see the entire form.