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; Default Value : By default, the field will have a default value of no/false/off. The default may be changed to yes/true/on instead.
 
; Default Value : By default, the field will have a default value of no/false/off. The default may be changed to yes/true/on instead.
  
; Where you can edit : Unlike most field types, Boolean fields can be displayed and edited (changed, checked/unchecked) in the list directly, though by default, a field will be displayed in the Entry View and Entry Edit cards and may be edited in the Entry Edit Card.
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== Display Options ==
 
== Display Options ==

Revision as of 02:22, 19 February 2021

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A Boolean (Checkbox) field may contain a Boolean, or true/false (on/off, yes/no), value.

Boolean values may be used to determine paths of action using dependencies, script functions, etc.

Name
Textual, case-insensitive field identifier that can include spaces; it's best to avoid characters that can be used as operators, though (standard across all field types)
Hint
Textual, case-insensitive field identifier that can include spaces

Advanced Parameters

Default Value 
By default, the field will have a default value of no/false/off. The default may be changed to yes/true/on instead.

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Display Options

Display in the list as 
Select among the following roles for the current field:
  • As a Regular field
  • As an Entry Name
  • As an Entry Description
  • As an Entry Status
The field name
Display the name of the field in the card entry (By default, On). By this, it is meant that the field name will or will not be displayed on either the Entry View card or the Entry Edit card.
Dependencies 
Ability to add one or more visibility dependencies upon fields with qualifying types.