iPhone support for Click-to functionality: form screens
iPhone supports click-to functionality from form screens with the following requirements:
- If the Click-to-Dial, -Email, or other click-to fields are set as visible fields, and the form is not in edit mode, touching the phone, email and other fields set as Click-to fields will invoke the dial, Email and other behavior.
- If the Click-to-Dial, -Email, or other click-to fields are set as hidden fields, and the form is not in edit mode, Click-to-Dial, -Email, or other functionality, appear as menu items via the button at the top of the screen.
- No Click-to behavior is supported for editable iPhone forms, that is, form screens in EditOnly mode, or in Edit mode, do not support Click-to functionality. For more on EditOnly mode, see Direct-Edit iPhone Forms.
- To make the button functional on iPhone forms, you must hide the click-to field you created. To hide columns, set the width to zero, or right click the column and select hide. To unhide, increase the width.