I'm new into this.
I have the following formula on a Color property of a Label:
<If(Price.Text>= 1000, Red , Gray)>
<Price.Text> returns a String, so logically it doesn't evaluate.
Obvious questions is, how to convert that into a Number.
I tried <Price.Value> but i believe it doesn't work with labels.
Solved! Go to Solution.
Why is that on the Color Property I need to refer to the Price without <ThisItem>:
If( Price>1000; Red;Gray)
and on the text property I need to use ThisItem:
ThisItem.Price & " €"
Price should mean the same in both places, since Text and Color are both properties of the same label...
I'm guesing you
First setup your spreadsheet with a table (I recommend naming your Table)
after making your spreadsheet load it and the table into powerapps
make a gallery and add price label to gallery and price to label then add the script I mentioned earlier to the label.
That has been done since the beginning(my data is formatted as a table, and is named, that's not the issue here). I was hopping you could explain your latest PrtSc's. I still don't see what you mean with them. Although I must thank you for all the work you're having to answer me.
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