I am creating a form using selectboxes using UiPath.Forms.Activities, and I need to have a checkbox called selectAll that will check all of the selectBoxes which are populated by a list of strings, but I cant figure out how to do this. I have tried conditionals:
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I have been trying to find a solution on this, but as of now I don’t see any possible workarounds.
I have also gone through numerous threads in the forum all of them are dead ends. I am sure that such a basic function definitely exists ( choose one select box and rest of the unselected once are selected) but sadly the documentation does not help us much.
There is an excellent starter tutorial on using form designer by @rahulsharma
I did find a workaround, it worked well enough for my purposes anyway. In the data tab of my selectboxes, I set a shortcut key that is the same for every checkbox, so I can just use ctrl+B to select all the checkboxes,