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How to display different colors for field values in column in view?

Posted on 2008-06-25
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I have a number editable field which will contains 10 or 20 or 35 or 55 etc.
In my view under a column, i have the formula ->
Bgr := 255:255:255;
Chr := 255:0:0;
@If(projectCompP="10";Chr:Bgr;"")
but I do not see the color and the value display?

Please advise. Thank you.
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Question by:kopibean
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by:madheeswar
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the code will be in a column and for the values to display u need to have another column.
Example:
First column:
red := 255:0:0;
apricot := 0:128:0;
@If(status="Open";red;apricot)
Second column:
Status
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by:madheeswar
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madheeswar:
the code will be in a column and for the values to display u need to have another column.
Example:
First column: In the column properties, enable Use value as color
red := 255:0:0;
apricot := 0:128:0;
@If(status="Open";red;apricot)
Second column:
Status
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by:kopibean
ID: 21872494
Hi,

I have tried your solution. It works only for dkgreen:white?
Below is my formula:

red := 255:0:0;
dkgreen := 0:128:0;
dkblue := 0:0:128;
white := 255:255:255;
@If(projectCompP<="99%";dkgreen:white;projectCompP="0%";red:white;projectCompP="100%";dkblue:white;"")

Pls advise.
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by:madheeswar
ID: 21872594
Use this:
red := 255:0:0;
dkgreen := 0:128:0;
dkblue := 0:0:128;
white := 255:255:255;
apricot := 0:128:0;
@If(projectCompP<="99%";dkgreen:white;projectCompP="0%";red:white;projectCompP="100%";dkblue:white;apricot:white)
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by:kopibean
ID: 21872731
Hi,

I have tried your formula but it does not work.
If projectCompP=10% and the projectCompP=100%, they are the same colors.
Is it have something to do with this ->  projectCompP<="99%"?

Pls advise.
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madheeswar earned 50 total points
ID: 21872803
in the first column, just give 255:0:0
and see if you get the colors.
And as per not working, it is to do with projectCompP field. make sure it has the data stored in numbers and not in %.
it won't understand %, only numbers you can do it for manupulation.
you do one thing: (if projectCompP is stored with %. and is a +ve)
res:=@If(@Length(projectCompP)=2;@Left(projectCompP;1);@Length(projectCompP)=3;@Left(projectCompP;2);@Left(projectCompP;3));
red := 255:0:0;
dkgreen := 0:128:0;
dkblue := 0:0:128;
white := 255:255:255;
apricot := 0:128:0;
@If(res<="99";dkgreen:white;res="0";red:white;res="100";dkblue:white;apricot:white)
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by:kopibean
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Thank you very much!
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