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Many advanced features involve adding [[business logic]] to your view. Add scripts to your form, triggered for example when users click a form tab or change a value. See [[Rules editor]] and the [[Glossary#Form rules|glossary entry for form rules]] for more information. Or you can review examples of [[Form_commands#Form_rules|form rules related to commands]].
 
Many advanced features involve adding [[business logic]] to your view. Add scripts to your form, triggered for example when users click a form tab or change a value. See [[Rules editor]] and the [[Glossary#Form rules|glossary entry for form rules]] for more information. Or you can review examples of [[Form_commands#Form_rules|form rules related to commands]].
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== Form tab icons ==
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Each tab on your form can have an icon. This icon is displayed in Woodford and also in the app. To display an icon, select a form tab and on the '''Properties''' pane, set '''Header''' to Icon & Label.
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Form tab icons come from your project images, from the Tabs directory. The app uses an image with the same name as the '''Name''' of the tab in the '''Properties''' pane in Woodford. If such an image does not exist, it looks for an image called "General", again in the Tabs directory. If the image does not exist, no icon is shown.
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For lists, you have the additional options on the '''Properties''' pane to:
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* '''Use Home Icon''': In this case, the app first looks to the Home directory for an image with a name that matches the entity name. If such a file does not exist, the app looks in the Tabs directory, again falling back to "General" (or nothing).
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* Specify an '''Icon Name''': The app looks for the name in the Tabs directory, falling back to "General" (or nothing).
    
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