I'm using tables to contain graphics and their captions. For documents with multiple outputs where the graphics differ between versions, I use multiple rows and condition the row the graphic is in for the output.
Unlike rows with text in them, rows that contain a single cell with a graphic aren't showing the barred outline indicating that the row has a condition applied.
I don't recall if this is the expected behavior.
Windows 10 Pro
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When I test this with a table with only a single row, the rows get this condition hashes.
However, some time ago I noticed that tables with cell padding 0 have no hashes:
I use such tables for my graphics, similar as yours.
Could it be that this is your issue?
Bingo. I do use 0 cell padding. Well, at least now I know.
Just for fun, look what happens when you set the cell padding to something large (make sure the cell width is wider than the padding). The condition hashing fills all the padding space.