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NathanZ
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Double condition on one element

Hi everyone,

 

I'm currently working on an app which will be composed of many radio button. I would need for each one when "Nok" is selected to set my varibale to +1 (increment) and when "OK" is selected and my variable is >0 to decrement 1.

 

I've come up with this :

 

DoubleIF.png

 

The first condition perfectly works but impossible to have the second working. As you can see the seconf "If" is not blue as it is supposed to be, i've been looking for on the forum but been unable to find why. Anyone who can help me ?

 

Thanks a lot

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Drrickryp
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Super User II

Radio.pngHi @NathanZ 

Instead of putting your conditions in the radio control, put your calculation in the TextBox's Default property. 

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