Replace Radio Options on next page based on choice on current page

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    pixelblvd
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    Hi,

    is there a smart way on dynamic replace options of a radio select from one page based on say the radio selected on another page. Technically its probably irrelevant if its the same or different page.

    If it would be a simple select or radio button I could simply use an ajax call and replace the options, but the radios I want to replace are using the option style “button”, so the markup is a little more complex. Any recommended way of handling this?

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    Ally
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    #32755
    pixelblvd
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    Great, exactly what i was looking for.

    There’s only a small problem now. If i replace the content of Option Field 2, the conditional logic no longer works for it. i want to show a a third option field when selecting a value in the second one. I guess the event listener is removed once i use .replaceWith….

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    #32760
    pixelblvd
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    Thx Ally, that worked.

    Now i have one more minor problem.

    Option field 3 is actually dynamically populated as well, based on Option Field 2. i used the same code you provided me before. That works.

    The minor problem is, that as its a ajax request and the fields are on the same page, the field shows instantly when changing Option Field 2 and then after the Ajax request is completed the options get replaced. Would be nice if could wait to show field 3 after the request.

    My solution to that would probably be to disable the conditional logic in the editor and do manually with jS. Or is there another solution?

    Thank you!

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