Look at field and make sure it is within the bounds of the portal row. If the related field is outside the portal row, you'll only get the first related record.
Well, that fixed it! Thanks. I'm obviously new to all of this.
Hey. We were all new to this. Don't worry about asking questions like this. The group on here is great and most are willing to help out a newbie.
I've been developing now for 7 years and am still asking questions and reaching out.
As Jeremy stated, the field box must be located within the boundaries of the portal row, otherwise you don't get to see the content in browse mode.
This is also true for fields in the header/body/footer/sub-summary part of a layout. If a field box protrudes only a single point (pt) from its parent layout element, the content won't show.
When working on screen layouts, it is convenient to adjust the work environment as follows (in layout mode):
- Set Ruler to "pt"
- Activate "Show Grid" and "Snap to Grid"
- Set Major Grid Spacing to "5" or "10" pt
- Set Minor Grid Spacing to "1" pt
- Disable "Snap to Guides"
- Set Zoom to 200
This allows for a fine-grained and precise positioning of objects on a layout.
I'm a newbie too. Further to what Torsten says:
What I do to solve this problem is to look at the various body part heights. In the inspector it tells you where the top is and the bottom is. Then I click on each field to see if the top of each field is either above or below the top of the part the field is in. Can be time consuming with a lot of fields but you know exactly where the field is. Many times when adding and re-arranging fields you misplace one!