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Form Sections Font

  • 1.  Form Sections Font

    Posted 24 days ago
    The Section title font style/color is changing if I use a grid edit report embedded on a form. Is this normal behavior?

    (Using regular report for child table, the section titles display fine)
    (Using grid edit report for child table, the section titles change font/color) Also on the embedded grid edit report, you cannot add records or type text into the fields like you normally can on grid edit, you can only check the boxes. 


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    Everett Patterson
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  • 2.  RE: Form Sections Font

    Posted 24 days ago
    Hi Everett,

    I can confirm that what you are seeing is a bug tied to having embedded reports on your form. It causes the headers to waffle between the older blue font and then back to the black font. My suggestion would be to submit this to the Care team via a case and then that way you can be tied to the to bug so you can be kept up to date on when a fix goes into place. I hope that information is helpful and sorry to hear you are running into this issue.

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    Evan Martinez
    Community Marketing Manager
    Quick Base
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  • 3.  RE: Form Sections Font

    Posted 24 days ago
    Will do, thank you Evan.

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    Everett Patterson
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  • 4.  RE: Form Sections Font

    Posted 8 days ago
    Edited by Jordan McAlister 8 days ago

            If you want a temporary fix, you could always use a js code page using iol and fix it that way.

    $(".sectionTitle").css({color: "red", fontWeight: "bold", fontFamily: "cursive", fontStyle: "italic", fontSize: "150%"});

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    Jordan McAlister
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  • 5.  RE: Form Sections Font

    Posted 7 days ago
    Hey Jordan. Appreciate the creativity. Note that this is not stable and likely will break in the future.

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    Harrison Hersch
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