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Conditional Formatting

Question asked by GianandreaGattinoni on Feb 27, 2012
Latest reply on Mar 9, 2012 by GianandreaGattinoni

Summary

Conditional Formatting

Product

FileMaker Pro

Version

11.03

Operating system version

wondows 7, windows vista

Description of the issue

If a default formatting of a field has as style f.i. "italics" or "Bold" there is no way, applying a conditional formatting, to take out the default formatting and set it as "Plain".
So, the format definitions defined in the "Conditional Formatting" window, do not reflect the final formatting that will be displayed.

Steps to reproduce the problem

Format a field with f.i. "Italic" or "Bold"
Apply a conditional formatting with in "more formatting" just the "Plain" selection (I want to see the text as formatted "Plain").
Look at the field when the conditional formatting is true and you will see that the format still presents "Italic" or "Bold", as default set

Expected result

The format has to reflect the settings as defined in the conditional formatting

Actual result

The default format setting remains (conditional formatting = false)

Exact text of any error message(s) that appear

No errors

Configuration information

any configurations

Workaround

if possible invert the formatting between default and conditional

Outcomes