I created a button to delete rows in a table once a checkbox is active. That works fine. Next I used in the button for the ‘disable if’ the following rule:
[table to test time].Checkbox=False() OR [table to test time].ID.IsBlank()
And this works for the first row, but not for the second, third etc meaning that the button becomes active when adding a second row, a third row and so on.
Is this a bug or does my Disable If rule miss something important?
The example you find here, simple add a row and one minute later the checkbox becomes active and you can start deleting.
thanks for feedback!