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SP 2010 Conditional Formatting

Posted on 2013-01-07
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Hi All,

I applied conditional formatting to a list which renders in SP designer design view as show below but when I bring it up in the browser, it does not show.   I don't recall this happening in 2007.

SP Designer 2010
conditional formatting
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Browser

Any ideas?
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I've had this happen before. Nothing very specific as cause that I saw. I've removed the conditional formatting, re-applied making sure the TD tab is what I've clicked in the page, and saved changes.

One page it happened stubbornly on, but the issue resolved itself in that time worn IT way.
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by:Isaac
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In my case, I need to make sure the TR is what I've clicked since i want to change the text color of the whole row.  I did use the skewer click tool but I'll redo it all over again and see what happens.

Thanks!
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