I've out in place rules for the conditional formatting of this card (seen in the attached screenshot) and the formatting does not work how the rules state it should.
This same thing happend for another card I have created also. Any help with what is going wrong here would be greatly appreciated.
You have the data and can test different values. From observing it 17.95% (or 0.1795) will fall in the 0 to 0.9 range therefore green.
There's no provision for -ve numbers from what I can see so it'll either do nothing or assign it to the last case. Why don't you add a case for -ve numbers?
Try putting the numbers in decimal where 0 = 0 and 1 = 100 in that screen. So 0.9 instead of 90 for example.
Doing this has fixed some results, but not all.
I have a result with 17.95% and another with -41.03 that both present as green. According to the rules the 17.95 should appear as red.
I'm stumpped as to what the cause is.
Hi @JordanJackson ,
Could you please change the type number to type percent?
Because you have the percentage and the decimal number.
Hope these help you.
Community Support Team _Yinliw
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