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SharePoint 2010 Conditional Formating

I have a SharePoint 2010 custom list.  I created a custom NewForm in in Designer.  I then went into the <tr> I want to hide based on another condition.  I clicked Conditional Formating.  When the dialog pops up, no fields are present.  I can only use advanced which also does not get me access to the fields.  Has anyone seen this and know why the  fields may not be showing?
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8/22/2022 - Mon

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I decided to do this in Infopath to avoid custom code.  It worked fine with the rules.
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for self-made's comment #38173597

for the following reason:

I did not get the answer for using designer but I did get it done using Infopath forms.

You asked why you could not do this in sharepoint designer and why the option was disabled. In my opinion, the answer given was correct. It is good that you found an alternative application in which to create a workaround but I'm not sure dismissing the answer supplied and closing the question is fair.
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Javascript is th way.