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use of use @ThisName in Hide-When formulas 
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: Ian Irving402 11 Sep 2009
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1) Richard Schwartz3723 (12 Sep 2009)
Hide-whens are bound to paragraph, not to a field. A paragraph that contains a field may contain other things. If the hide-when applies to the paragraph only, then what about the other stuff. Surely there can't be two hide-whens, one for the field and one for the paragraph. What if they evaluate to contradictory hide states? And if it still applies to the whole paragraph, what about the case where there are two fields in the paragraph? Which field gets the honor of having @thisName apply to the paragraph's hide-when?
2) Matt White9280 (12 Sep 2009)
Got to agree with Richard on this one I'm afraid.
3) Paul Davies12381 (14 Sep 2009)
perhaps the syntax checker should raise an error if @thisname/@thisvalue is used in a Hide-When formulae
4) Dirk Stelloh2259 (14 Sep 2009)
Maybe this is not the way to implement the desired feature. But I'm sorry: No idea how this could be done considering paragraphs. :-(
5) Rob Goudvis6585 (08 Oct 2009)
By basing your hide-when on the contents of another field you should be able to achieve your goal.
6) Sam Sirry34 (23 Jan 2016)
Back in the days I could achieve a hide-when using @ThisValue and it worked in the client, but on the web it wasn't working.. I scratched my head a lot before realizing what Richard clarified...










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