Script Block

Displays an instruction element, and allows the text in the instruction to be copied into the configured note.

The newer Notes (Generic) block is more commonly used now. It presents a cleaner interface, and when used with a separate instruction element, prevents accidentally copying the text in the instruction into the note. It also has an option to make the note required.

Example of this block configured to enter the note type Call Notes, after the Add Script? button has been clicked:

Configuration Options

* Script. A text box where you enter the text to be displayed in the instruction element.

* Should these instructions be a specific number of lines tall. Used to prevent scroll bars if there is a lot of text in the above Script.

* Size of notes field. The default size when displayed.

* Note Type. Dropdown list of singular note types (as configured in Admin > Lookups > Note Types).

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