Trying to figure out if something I wrote would be clear to someone familiar with data concepts such as fields, columns, rows, etc.
In this scrubbed example, the data consists of Widgets, each of which belong to a Widget Group. One of the columns is "Type" (e.g. Utensil, Appliance, etc.) A report exists that has one row per group, with its widgets below it, if you choose to expand the row with the group. Some report columns (e.g. Type, Manufacturer, etc.) apply to both groups and widgets.
I describe the Type column as follows:
"For widget groups: various if Types differ. Otherwise, the uniform Type displays.
How would you interpret the meaning of "The uniform type displays"? I want to be sure the reader will understand my intent. :)