doland
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VERY Simple formatting rule will not work

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I have this rule

NeworExisting=="New" on my form and if it is TRUE it should disable the control.  It doesn't work. I use this on multiple other forms and works fine.  Is this a bug? 

I assume rules are evaluated on the form so it should not matter if Nintex's services are up or not correct.

Any help with this infuriating issue would be great

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jesse_mchargue
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Re: VERY Simple formatting rule will not work

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Damien Dolan‌ - 

This should work for you. Is NeworExisiting actually equal to "New"? Try outputting the control to a calculated value control to ensure that it is.

Here is what I see:

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doland
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Re: VERY Simple formatting rule will not work

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I just figured it out.  Using the browsers Developer Console I was able to see that I had some odd Java script errors with certain controls.  Removed the controls and re added them.  I had three errors that all said ';' was missing.  It was guess work for which controls because they are identified by GUID's (I think?) . It's working as expected now.  Thanks for the reply though!!

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jesse_mchargue
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Re: VERY Simple formatting rule will not work

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Glad you got it working!

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