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I have a view with a column where i want to display an icon. I have enteret the formula:
@If(field "value" ; "number" ; "number")
and it works; the value is shown correctly in the column. BUT, when I set the column to display value as icon it doesn't work, nothing is displayed! HELP!!!
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Do you choose the right numbers for the icons you want to see ?
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Yes. 161 and 0. They are both on the list of acceptable icons. And the number is shown correctly. The problems first start when i choose to have the value shows as icons.
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Hmm, 0 is no icon (empty). Are you sure that the case with number 161 ever happens ?
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Yes. 161 and 0. They are both on the list of acceptable icons. And the number is shown correctly. The problems first start when i choose to have the value shows as icons.
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Yes. I looked it up in the table and I just tried with other numbers (1 and 16). Same result!
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Another question:
do you put your numbers in "" ? Then they are handled as text.
Should be
@If(field="value" ;"number ;number)
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Doh! Of course!!! Stupid me! Thanx!
I have another question...hang on and I'll post it.
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