To be honest with you, I have some trouble understanding the 'scripted find' but I think it's not a script which is applicable here, this because:
This script assumes that global fields have been placed on a layout where a user entered or selected data to be used as find criteria...
Or maybe it's just me, but the main goal is:
Screenshot 2 is the detail layout of a property that contains all the info. (some fields f.ex. street are also linked with web viewer)
Screenshot 1 is a general page, when for example someone wants to find all the properties between 100.000 and 150.000 dollar gets a list under their enquiry with al those records that fit the search. The user can simply click the record to open de detail layout (screenshot 2)
The screen shot showed a set of empty fields for searching and it was in browse mode. There was also a Find button to click. This would be typical of such a scripted find, if you put global fields for that purpose on that layout.
But if that is not what you have set up. What did you try to set up?
You'll also need to be careful of what layout you use for performing the find. The criteria shown are typical of a find performed on a layout based on Properties. If you perform the find on a layout based on a different table, you will get very different results as you are then finding records in the layout's table that have at least one related property record matching the criteria shown instead of finding Property records in the properties table.
Correct, I made a script so when a user clicks the find button it enter find mode.
I fear that the set up is probably wrong, see screenshot..
If I understand right, I need to link the layout "properties general" with the table "properties detail" ?
And then use the script u explained in your earlier topic : http://forums.filemaker.com/posts/3a02f9dc28
You'll need global fields for entering/selecting criteria if you use a script modeled after those examples. If you prefer to enter find mode and pause, that can also be done, but it's a different script.
I think that you are understanding the key detail that has to be in place with either method. You need to enter find mode, specify the criteria and perform the find on a layout that refers to "Property Detail" in Layout Setup | Show Records From or some other Tutorial: What are Table Occurrences? of this property table.