Short answer: “missing row id”
That block can be used right after you create a row to a table bound to a DVL, when you get as argument row id also, used there.
Just an example:
Of course, you can also use it later, after creating table, but only if you keep saved that row id into a variable, to refer to it when needed.
i have 20 row , i m trying to change viewer list text color
Data Viewer List will always be bound to a
Data Source. The block you shared in your first post will change one single row and after you supply the
row id to it.
If you want to change the color of all rows then you have 2 options:
Create your own
Custom Data Viewer List Layoutand in the design of your layout you can choose any color.
list of values...block to get the
row idof all rows and use the loop block
for each item in list...to change the color.
thanks a lot will try that.
didnt work @muneer
I’m sure it works.
Can you show your blocks?
and the column @muneer
last argument in purple block must be row’s ID … thats the key on @muneer `s example
So, list o values in “desired column”, in table that contains that column,… and last … ID
yes you re right it works now , but it changes background color , isnt there is a way to change text color
Edit: i handeled that aswell , changing layout wrapper
Now you may mark as solution @muneer `s post
i did sir,
edit oh wrong post xD