The easiest way is to just place some widgets with text around some text inputs with the borders turned off. Then just align them so everything looks right. That's it!
Anything else, like putting a dotted line below the input or whatever is just window dressing.
@nkrisc It's not quite as simple as that as all of the content within the inputs, drop lists etc are all going to be different widths and the rest of the paragraph will need to move to wrap cleanly around the selection. If we use the above implementation, which is obviously the easiest, we will either have white space to the right of the selection or it will overrun the space given. The whole paragraph needs to be dynamic to allow selections of all different widths.
This is why I'm looking to see how/if anyone has been able to successfully implement a perfect example.
Last edited by EmceeJase; 06-21-2016 at 07:10 AM.
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I've been working through a variety of options to be able achieve a dynamic Natural Language Form. Using/manipulating a repeater seems to be working for me. It's not perfect, i'm still in the process of really refining it, but it's pretty close to what I wanted to achieve.