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Old 02-08-2013, 01:14 PM   #50
chaley
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Originally Posted by tarisea View Post
Hey Chaley so I just installed the update and it doesn't seem to work.

This is what I tried:

If the <Release Date> column is not more days ago than <0> - this put the icon in every single row including the ones that the Release Date column is blank and the one that says 2 Apr 2013
Dates in the future will always be true. After all, they aren't more days ago than anything.

Blank dates are a problem, because the answer is undefined. But I agree, they shouldn't return "true". I will look at how to fix that.
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If the <shelves> column has value <to-be-release>
If the <Release Date> column is not more days ago than value <0> - this put the icon in every row that had to-be-release in the shelves column including one that says 2 Apr 2013

If the <shelves> column has value <to-be-release>
If the <Release Date> column is not more days ago than value <1> - this put the icon in every row that had to-be-release in the shelves column including one that says 2 Apr 2013
These are the same problem as the first, I think. Future dates are valid, and blank dates match.

What happens if the release date column actually has a date in it?
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