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  • 3 years later...

Hello - Just wanted to share another way to dynamically change the color of the calculated value/field when a condition is met using CSS.

You can insert this in the Header:

<style>
span.cbFormCalculatedField:has(+ input[name="cbParamVirtual1"][value="No"])  {
  color: #2543be;
}

span.cbFormCalculatedField:has(+ input[name="cbParamVirtual1"][value="Yes"])  {
  color: #29be25;
}

</style>

If you have more conditions or other fields, you can use this:

<style>
span.cbFormCalculatedField:has(+ input[name="cbParamVirtual1"][value="No"])  {
  color: #2543be;
}

span.cbFormCalculatedField:has(+ input[name="cbParamVirtual1"][value="Yes"])  {
  color: #29be25;
}

span.cbFormCalculatedField:has(+ input[name="InsertRecordFIELDNAME"][value="Inactive"])  {
  color: #2543be;
}

span.cbFormCalculatedField:has(+ input[name="InsertRecordFIELDNAME"][value="Active"])  {
  color: #29be25;
}
</style>

Hope it helps!

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