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Hi Mira,
Thank you for your suggestion! the dilemma in doing this is the 'otherwise...' statement which prevents subsequent rules from being evaluated (and which i can see no way of modifying).
However, I have since resolved this using three rules, one to show fields common to all conditions, and one each to show fields unique to each of the two other sets of conditions. ie.
If A or B or C or D then
1 2
(otherwise not 1 2)
If A or B then 3.
(otherwise not 3)
If C or D then 4
(otherwise not 4)
Thanks for helping me think through this!
Thank you for your suggestion! the dilemma in doing this is the 'otherwise...' statement which prevents subsequent rules from being evaluated (and which i can see no way of modifying).
However, I have since resolved this using three rules, one to show fields common to all conditions, and one each to show fields unique to each of the two other sets of conditions. ie.
If A or B or C or D then
1 2
(otherwise not 1 2)
If A or B then 3.
(otherwise not 3)
If C or D then 4
(otherwise not 4)
Thanks for helping me think through this!
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