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I have a button which changes a field in my db. When i push it a field should change from hidden to visible, the button should hide itself, and another button should be visible. That all works ok, BUT only after i press F9 to update. I want it to happen right away. How?
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Paebdb earned 25 total points
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Try using
@Command( [RefreshHideFormulas] )
as last command in your button. If this is not enough use
@Command([ViewRefreshFields])
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Great. I didn't know that command, but it works. Thanx once again.
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