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use conditional formating to hide navbar if script is active

Question asked by daveealex on Dec 30, 2011
Latest reply on Jan 3, 2012 by daveealex

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use conditional formating to hide navbar if script is active

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I am trying to limit the amount of layouts created in my file, i am already over 200. what can i say i like to use portalsSmile. I have many scripts that goto the related portal record, and pause, which most of them have a navbar. I am finding that many of my users like to click on the navbar instead of clicking on the continue script button. I would like to hide the navbar when the script is active but i can not find a way to do this with conditional formating. Can this be done or do i need to duplicate my layout and remove the buttons?

Thanks in advance

David

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