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    James Cole commented  · 

    Namable Calculated fields

    It would Be Helpful to have Field that could do simple Math and Logic, that can be named

    Sample name
    [customCalc.Deposit]

    simple math :
    =[Price Table 1.Total] * 0.10

    logic: JS shorthand to set up a Max Down Payment of $1000 or less

    =[Total] > 10,000 ? 1000 : [Total]*0.10

    =[Total] <= 0 ? 0 : [Total]

    Hiding some of these field would help too.

    Named Buttons would be helpful

    Veteran Discount [Vet] = 1 or 0

    [customCalc.vetDiscount] = [Total]*(0.07*[vet]) simple Boolean Math based on button state

    vet discount button state : set = 7000 *(0.07*1) = 490.00

    Currently here's what I'm working on

    Balance Due After Down Payment $15,799.00 [Total]

    Schedule of progress payments;

    10% (of Balance Due) upon Site Visit and Plan Design. $1,579.90 =[Total] * 0.10
    50% At Equipment Delivery $7,899.50 =[Total] * 0.50
    40% at Building Permit(s) Finaled $6,319.60 =[Total] * 0.40
    Initials _________

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