as shown in the picture I can’t really understand how the clone works. I clone both “before” or “after” and in any case the removal of the original button is not correct because one of the new cloned buttons is eliminated.
if I do not remove the original button, I have all the cloned buttons plus the original one correctly.
PS. in any case the option “before” and “after” are graphically the opposite, so they are cloned in the vertically opposite direction.
No need to remove Row5. You need to put Row5 in Column and create 6 clones. After that, you need to loop through the entire Rows in Column and assign the buttons data from AirTable by index to the buttons.
Hi, I can loop and just clone Row5 and then re-loop to assign labels but in any case the problem is not fixed because I always have to delete/remove original button.
Also if I loop to clone and then I push a button to remove it … the button removed is not the original but one of the others.
I think for my procedure the best solution is to “Create” object and not clone.