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I am looking for a form / calculator that can calculate kw needed to heat a room. It would have 3 entries of length, height and width… The calculation would multiply these 3 together and times the answer by 0.07 (and round the answer up to the nearest number). Can your plugin be set to do these things?

I know this is probably a weird question… but I am trying to find a solution for a current project.

Hi, yes you can do all of these things with the calculator add-on :) Note that you need Super Forms, without it, you can’t use it.

Are you able to force them to opt-in(email, social share,whatever) before they see the calculator result?

This is possible on different ways, depending on your situation. Can you explain your idea/situation? That way I can give you the best method in your case.

Say someone wants to get their recommend calories.. they fill out all the info and click a button that says “get results”

But before the results appear, there is either a popup requiring the optin or an optin appears. Then once they give their name and email, then the results appear.

You could use multipart for this (2 steps). And then redirect the user to a new page and parse parameter with the calorie result that was hidden calculated in the form like: domain.com/results?calories={fieldname}

Hello, your add-on plugin can handle “if, else” bash conditional expression?

Yes you can use conditional logic for this. Another thing you can use is variable fields (hidden field) for if/else value statements/updates

hello calculator seems to be good! i would like something like that : https://www.everinvest.fr/simulateur/simulateur-investissement-locatif/ Is it possible to have this calculator?

Hi, Yes that’s possible :)

Hello, is there an easy way to reset the calculator amount class when browser reload in firefox. $(’.super-calculator-amount’).html(‘0,00’); does not work. thx

Hi, the thing is that the Firefox browser remembers the value of the field. And the .super-calculator-amount will grab that value, so instead you would want to update the value of the actual hidden field that contains the value. Hopefully this helps, another thing that might work is to enable: Reset form after submitting

You can find this option under Form Settings

I found the hidden input fields, thx for your help and keep up the good work!

Hi – how can I disable the Submit button and also the the “press on Enter” ? Thanks! Gabriel

You can add your custom button and put it in a column and make it invisible, but you can not disable the press on enter sorry.

Is this also possible for PHP (without CMS)?

No sorry.