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Clearing cache may be the solution? If yes you can turn on 'Clean-up Temporary Data and Files' schedule job with below parameter. dbCache=1 memCache=1


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This is a frustration and I wish there was a better answer. I've asked a similar question myself. One solution is to use tokens in links sent out in mailings as much as possible, so this checkbox is already selected, but you won't be able to cover all uses with this. You can use two groups, the first of which is the one on your forms. Then set up a CiviRule ...


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Alternative answer is a Civi extension that uses the buildForm hook to prepopulate the field. Here's some example code that does something very similar on a custom field: function trackingcodes_civicrm_buildForm( $formName, &$form ) { if ($formName == 'CRM_Contribute_Form_Contribution_Main' || $formName == '...


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Since you have the jQuery tag, I assume you're open to a jQuery solution. This StackOverflow question covers pulling a variable from a URL argument. Then it's just a matter of identifying the CSS identifier of the field you want to fill (right-click, use "Inspect Element") and referencing it. E.g.: var state = GetURLParameter('state'); $('#...


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The most commen cause of this problem with Joomla is that Civi adds styling specific to the div.crm-container label selector, and Bootstrap-based themes, and Joomla's Admin theme also styles label. Which part of the CSS you need to override depends on your front-end theme, but as Pradeep says, editing this is how to fix your problem. If you are new to ...


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Profile conditional ext can be used to provide this - https://civicrm.org/extensions/profile-conditionals You dont have any UI option to build the conditions. But this can be easily done in civicrm.settings.php. The config we used for select-other field is pasted below - custom_229 is the dropdown field wth options + other custom_230 is the "Other"...


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