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AshishJaiswal
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Handle blank textinput highlight unsaved form

Hi Experts

 

How to show unsaved changes for a blank text input control inside a form control

 

As when the user edits the form control textinput will be blank

 

If the user enters any text - border color should change and highlight unsaved change

 

But if the user remove what he entered, border color should change back to normal

 

Please advise

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RandyHayes
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@AshishJaiswal 

If it is just text, then on the Datacard BorderColor property, you can set it to:

If(Self.Default <> Self.Update, Red, Transparent)

This will give you a red border around the datacard.

 

If you want it only on the TextInput, then change the BorderColor property of the TextInput controls to:

If(Parent.Default <> Parent.Update, Red, Black)

 

You can change the colors you want in the formulas as you would like.  Make sure as well that the border thickness on those controls is 1 or more.

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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@AshishJaiswal Set the BorderColor property of the TextInput to (rename theFieldName as required),

If(ThisItem.theFieldName=Self.Text, Color.Black, Color.Red)

RandyHayes
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Super User

@AshishJaiswal 

If it is just text, then on the Datacard BorderColor property, you can set it to:

If(Self.Default <> Self.Update, Red, Transparent)

This will give you a red border around the datacard.

 

If you want it only on the TextInput, then change the BorderColor property of the TextInput controls to:

If(Parent.Default <> Parent.Update, Red, Black)

 

You can change the colors you want in the formulas as you would like.  Make sure as well that the border thickness on those controls is 1 or more.

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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