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G99
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help with functions

Hi

Struggling with the following formula, I'd like to hide a datacard if the value in another is set to false, this works fine: If(DataCardValue6_2.Value = true, true)

 

But now I'd like to use tabs on my form and trying to set the visible of this datacard based on 2 statements, so the above and if PartA button is selected, but cant get it right this is what I have but cant get it right, on other datacards which do not have any other functions, this works fine:

BtnPartA.DisplayMode = DisplayMode.Disabled

 

But now combining both do not work:

If(DataCardValue6_2.Value = true, true,(BtnPartA.DisplayMode = DisplayMode.Disabled))

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brimstone
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Hi @G99 

If I understand you correctly, you can use the And-Function to have the visibility based on 2 statements.

It would look like this:

 

If(And(DataCardValue6_2.Value = true, BtnPartA.DisplayMode = DisplayMode.Disabled), true, false)

 

So if the value of the datacard is true & the button is disabled, the visible is set true.

Please let me know if this solves your problem or if I misunderstood something.

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brimstone
Advocate I
Advocate I

Hi @G99 

If I understand you correctly, you can use the And-Function to have the visibility based on 2 statements.

It would look like this:

 

If(And(DataCardValue6_2.Value = true, BtnPartA.DisplayMode = DisplayMode.Disabled), true, false)

 

So if the value of the datacard is true & the button is disabled, the visible is set true.

Please let me know if this solves your problem or if I misunderstood something.

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