I have about hidden 10 Radio Button Selections that appear based off one drop down box.
On these Radio Button Selections I want a visual to show that these are 'required' fields if they are displayed and then when a selection is chosen to turn back to the black font.
I've gotten to work on my top line of the 10 options but then when I setup the exact same Condition Format / Condition the rest do not work.
Has anybody else run into this?
If anything I'll just remove the conditional styles and just wait for them to click Save to get the pop up message. I'd rather give than an instant visual though.
Best answer by BryanPeters
I will probably need a little more information to go on or maybe a visual. However, if you are using a conditional rule make sure the default rule doesn't get deleted. In the conditional rule use the operator "Is Empty" or "Is Not Empty". Also try to use the "Contains" operator. I have had an issue using conditional; rules with a radio button. The real issue turned out to be the radio button was storing to a column in the table as a "bit". This saved either 1 or 0, True or False to the column. I changed the column to a varchar and then configured the radio button to put an exact text based on selection. This allowed me to use the conditional formating without issue. I hope this helps. I will be happy to answer any questions.