If the field is formatted to use radio buttons, the data formatting has no effect on the value displayed. A radio button will display as selected only if the value in the field exactly matches a value in the value list. I suspect that you have a value list value such as:
2,000.00 and a field value of 2000 and thus the radio button does not show as selected.
Thank you Phil,
I tried again, although I understand what you are saying. And it really is not working ! The point is that all entry in the fields concerned is ValueList dictated. Pick a number from a Checkbox set of listed numbers. It now seems to me that the trick is that I defined the field as "number" fields. I checked, and (surprisingly to me) scripted transfer from TMP fields does not work. The target field (checkbox set, number also, same value list) remains empty ! When I define the number fields as "text", it works. I did not want to do that at first, since I need the numbers in (simple) calculations afterwards. I guess I should now go by Get(AsNumber) from these fields, for the subsequent calcs ?!
Yes, and that was my point. Your first field enters text and numeric characters such as $1,000.00, but stores 1000. Your script then transfers 1000 to the other field and this value does not match the value list value of $1,000.00 and thus the radio button does not appear selected.
Me dumb ... So, I could have gotten it all working, had I used GetAsText for collecting data from the TMP field ...
Thank you very much, my lack of basics is revealing,