The PRExxx statements on SAs are supposed to trump the variable
show/no-show code as I understand it (at least that's the only reason I
can see for even doing it, so you can have a var with a number in it and
STILL not have the SA show until a certain PRE is met), but that doesn't
appear to be happening.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ian Dale [mailto:ian_dale@...]
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "monch9ph" <mon.yao@c...> wrote:
> > Ian,
> > When I was testing, I found that the PRExxx on SA's work when there
> > are no other variables (%) in the SA line. If there are, it prints
> > the SA's no matter what (I tried with one '|' and '||').
> Don't know
> > if this is a bug though or if I didn't code it right.
> > Monch
> The coding looked just fine to me, and that's how I thought
> it was supposed to work (if you have N %s and N+1 variables,
> the (N+1)st acts as a show/hide variable).
> So "SA:Something (% DC)|SomethingDC|ShowSomething" (to the best of my
> knowledge) should be shown if ShowSomething isn't 0, and
> hidden if it is. But if it's working like that without the %
> and SomethingDC, then either I was mistaken, or there's a
> coding (code-code not LST code) issue.
> (I rearranged the  in the title to make them go on the
> front so it's more noticeable. Maybe Tir or a code monkey can
> comment on this.)
> LST Chimp