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Chariel
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Hi everyone!

 I'm still sperimenting and working on PS. 

I have created a form with some fields I want to show / hide on with a switch like:

 

                array(
                    'type' => 'switch',
                    'label' => $this->module->l('Add a message?'),
                    'is_bool' => true,
                    'name' => 'message',
                    'id' => 'message',
                    'values' => array(
                        array(
                            'id' => 'message_on',
                            'value' => 1,
                            'label' => $this->module->l('Enabled')
                        ),
                        array(
                            'id' => 'message_off',
                            'value' => 0,
                            'label' => $this->module->l('Disabled')
                        )
                    ),
                ),
                array(
                    'type' => 'text',
                    'col' => 3,
                    'class' => 'text-field-width',
                    'label' => $this->module->l('Text'),
                    'name' => 'text',
                    'required' => false,
                    'lang' => true,
                ),

and I want to show my input named "text" only if my switch is on "on" / enabled. I tried something like  

$(function() {
    $("#message").click(function() {
      if ($(this).is(":checked")) {
        $('input[name="text"]').parent().parent().show();

      } else {
        $('input[name="text"]').parent().parent().hide();

      }
    });
  });

but is not working (the .js file in insiede a .js file that is working, I added other features to the form with js and are perfectly working so it is not a problem of file, relationship with js or others!).

 

Any idea, advice and so on woulb be really appreciated!

 

Thank you! ^^

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