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Too_Many_CAPS ( Field1 ; Field2 ; Field3 ; Field4 ; Field5 ; Field6 ; Field7 ; Field8 ; Field9 ; Percent )

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Checks multiple fields at the same time to see if the percentage of capital letters are too high.

Sample Input:
Too_Many_CAPS (
Projects::Project Name ; Projects::Project Address ; Projects::Project City ; Projects::Project Description;Projects::Project Information ; Projects::Project Notes ; Projects::Project Type ;""; "";.3 )
Sample Output:
if one of the fields is greater than the defined percentage. Returns message

It appears that you are using too many uppercase letters, Please clean up your text. Please do not use all CAPS, More than .3% of at least one field has too many CAPS


 Then copy & paste into FileMaker Advanced's Edit Custom Function window.

Click here to copy To Clip Manager if you have myFMbutler's Clip Manager installed

Description:

Some users just refuse to turn of the CAP lock. It makes for an unprofessional look in the screen. I have created a field using the custom function and place it in the layout with no entry access on the field. It is also much larger Red Bold text with no borders and no fill. If the function is true it will display the message until the user goes back and remove some of the caps.

I have created up to 9 fields, If you do not want all 9 fields use empty quotes in the parameter. The calculation may not be pretty, but i works for now. Until I come up with a better way.

Note: these functions are not guaranteed or supported by BrianDunning.com. Please contact the individual developer with any questions or problems.

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