May be nothing, but what's the @ sign at the beginning of the table name in the inspector? Are you sure these two screenshots are from the same base table?
I haven't been able to recreate the problem on Mac or Windows using 13 or 14.
So, does the same problem occur in another table in the same file or is it just this table?
What happens if you copy a repeating field from another table/file that is 'behaving' into this table and/or layout?
Can you recall the creation steps and does it behave the same way in another file
If all else fails, are you able to attach a copy of your file?
Chris, thanks for replying. The @ sign is from the FilemakerStandards.org convention for naming tables that are used only by the developer. "@Tablename (is the name for developer table occurrences)". See the reply to Ian - problem solved.
Ian - thanks for the reply.
I feel like such an idiot! I tested placing the fields in another layout using a different TO, and it worked fine. So I went back to my relationships diagrams and found that I had the wrong base table in the @Class... table. I could have swarn I looked at that before, but apparently not. Thanks again for the reply.
I believe that's what I meant. I was pointing out that since this TO may not be from the same base table.