It looks like there was never a response, but I was looking at a
distantly related issue and came across this thread. If you eliminate
the email hidden parameter and just use:
Would that work for your use case?
On Tue, Sep 25, 2012 at 8:06 AM, Kohler Manuel
> I have a question regarding the param tag. I would like to pass on the
> user email to a external python script. I tried to use it like this:
> <param name="email" type="hidden" value=$__user_email__ />
> <param name="experiment" type="select" label="Experiment" help="select
> Experiment" refresh_on_change="true"
> This does not work. Ideally I would like to have something like this:
> Has someone done this before?
> Manuel Kohler
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