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Cannot get rid of hash pattern for table cell padding

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Hi,

FM2019, Windows 10, although I've had this problem for other OSs and FM versions. I'm just now trying to fix it. In a file converted from an older version of FM, I get a hash pattern for cell padding, where it did not exist previously:

I can't figure out how to make it go away. If anyone can help me, I'll tell Santa Claus that you were good this year. Here is a sample file:

http://www.weststreetconsulting.com/misc/temp.fm

Thanks,

Russ

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Correct answer by Winfried Reng | Adobe Community Professional

Hi Russ,

That's the condition indicator of the table.

You can check it, when you hide the condition indicators.

Best regards

Winfried

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Cannot get rid of hash pattern for table cell padding

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Hi,

FM2019, Windows 10, although I've had this problem for other OSs and FM versions. I'm just now trying to fix it. In a file converted from an older version of FM, I get a hash pattern for cell padding, where it did not exist previously:

I can't figure out how to make it go away. If anyone can help me, I'll tell Santa Claus that you were good this year. Here is a sample file:

http://www.weststreetconsulting.com/misc/temp.fm

Thanks,

Russ

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Winfried Reng | Adobe Community Professional

Hi Russ,

That's the condition indicator of the table.

You can check it, when you hide the condition indicators.

Best regards

Winfried

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Hi Russ,

That's the condition indicator of the table.

You can check it, when you hide the condition indicators.

Best regards

Winfried

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Dr. Reng, thank you! I had no idea. But what confuses me... I have all settings of the condition set to "as-is". Is there no way to hide the indicators, except to hide them for all conditions in the entire document? If so, this must be a change from some earlier version.

Russ

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Hi Russ,

I agree. The table should not get this condition padding, when the condition colour and background is set to As Is.

I do not remember, if this was the same in earlier versions.

However, when you hide the condition indicators, you always hide all condition indicators. You cannot hide only a subset. This is the same as in previous versions.

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Winfried

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Thank you for the help! I'll tell you a little secret... I actually do not believe in Santa Claus. So I told you a lie. But I will mark your answer as correct

Russ

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