I have published a survey and the webform works well except for the camera functionality. The take photo button opens the camera to the front facing camera on my Ipad with no ability to change it to the rear. However, if I select the box to choose an image file, I am presented with the options to take photo, open the photo library or browse the device. Selecting the take photo then opens the camera app and I have full functionality of the camera. Am I missing a setting in the survey somewhere that needs set to default to the rear camera or the device camera app in the button?
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I am working on building a cascading select for groups of low and steep slope roof deficiencies. Deficiencies are grouped into a primary group with a number of deficiencies associated to that grouping. For example, patching is a primary group with approximately a dozen deficiencies associated to patching. Some of those defects are applicable to all roof system types and some are specific to only one system type. So i need to filter appropriately by the system type which is captured within the survey in previous questions so that only applicable choices are made available for the specific roof system type being assessed. I created a calculated field to produce a string formatted to match the column name to filter by in the choices worksheet. In the choice filter column I placed the formula without errors being presented, but the choice filtration is not being applied. See the screenshot below. So, I'm wondering if there is another way to point the attribute in the choice filter calculation to a column from a previous answer? If not, is there another work around? This is important as the primary groupings are going to total approximately 60 with approximately 350 specific defects within them. I want to reuse the groupings for every system type, as applicable, and filter to just the system applicable defects within each group without having to duplicate the groupings and defects multiple times for each specific system. Thank you in advance.
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