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Danny_L
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Helper III

Conditional Formatting based on Percentage Value

Hey all,

 

I have a Field that is View Percentage in an Edit Form and I wanted to have the fill color be Red if it is less than or equal to 50%, Yellow if it is between 51% and 75% and Green if it is greater than or equal to 76%. 

 

In trying to test just the first part, the value in the field currently is 80% and I have this in the fill property:

 

(If(ThisItem.CurrentYieldPercentage<= Value("50%"), Red,Blue))

 

It changes the fill color to Red which wouldn't satisfy the formula. 

 

This is what is in the text portion of the field:

 

Round(((Parent.Default - Parent.Min) / (Parent.Max - Parent.Min)) * 100, 2) & "%" (This was there when the field was added)

 

Anyone have any clue how to accomplish this? 

 

Thanks!

 

 

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RandyHayes
Super User III
Super User III

@Danny_L 

Change your Fill property to the following:

If(Value(Self.Text) > .75, Green,
   Value(Self.Text) > .5, Yellow,   
   Red
)

 

That should give you what you want.

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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RandyHayes
Super User III
Super User III

@Danny_L 

Change your Fill property to the following:

If(Value(Self.Text) > .75, Green,
   Value(Self.Text) > .5, Yellow,   
   Red
)

 

That should give you what you want.

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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gabibalaban
Super User II
Super User II

Hi @Danny_L ,

 

If your CurrentYieldPercentage is a number column, I think that's wise to correct your formula as:

If(ThisItem.CurrentYieldPercentage <= 0.5, Red,
    ThisItem.CurrentYieldPercentage > 0.5 && ThisItem.CurrentYieldPercentage <= 0.75,Yellow,
    Red
)

The text property value doesn't affect the color property (or maybe I don't get correctly the hole imagine).

 

Hope it helps !

Thanks @RandyHayes . I think I need to put you on retainer, haha. Again appreciate it

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