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Browse: Dynamic Color -Change

Browse: Dynamic Color -Change

Browse: Dynamic Color -Change

Hello everyone!

I need to change the background color of a single line / or field depending on a certain value is holds. I'll try to give an understandable example:

Assuming I have created a Browse with a Listbox, each line holds information on an item. The first field of each line holds the name and the second its' ammount currently on stock.
After refreshing the browse, the ammount-values may change. I would like to have a green field background for 5 pieces, yellow for 4, orange for 3, ...and so on. So not only do I want values to be updated in the browse but the field background color, too.

...I don't have a clue how to accomplish the task.

Your help is greatly anticipated!

(..My examples may be weird - but I hope they do the trick in making my problem clear ;) )

RE: Browse: Dynamic Color -Change

Enable Color for the fields in the List Box and use the Conditional Color options in Browse properties to set it.

RE: Browse: Dynamic Color -Change

... www.jadutech.com seems to be down. Do you know if this is temporary?

Thanx to ShankarJ for supplying the solution, works fine!

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