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And my conditional formatting is set to:
'Set Record Selector: 'Form has an unbound field ctlCurrentRecord If fTestForControl(frmForm, "ctlCurrentRecord") Then ![ctlCurrentRecord] = frmForm.SelTop If IsNull(![ID]) Then Else ![ID].Tag = ![ID].Value 'set ID.Tag End If End If
In the past this has always changed the backcolor of the control "Rowcolor" to a different color for the active record. In Windows 8 it appears to change it when the form first opens but selecting a new record does not update the color as it did in Windows 7 - the first row remains colored.
Expression Is: [ID].Tag=[ID]
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