The widget looks for a class in order to hide or show elements, not the element name. In the Appearance tab of your grid, add a class name to the Common | Class text box and then use that class name in the show by condition widget.
Hope that helps,
When using a class the Yes/No gets ignored. Stick with a class as previously indicated. :)
"Based on an expression, I want to display or hide a DataGrid1 control depending on the value of "FilterBool". To achieve this, I have used the following code: VisibleHelper/FilterBool = false. However, this approach does not seem to be working, and it is likely that I am overlooking something minor."
What exactly gets checked in that decision in your microflow? Because if you create the boolean defaulted to False, if it then thecks that entity/boolean, it will ALWAYS go down the false path and not change it in the true path. As far as I can tell from your picture.
Is the HelperEntity the dataview object surrounding the thing you want to hide? So it can ‘read’ the object on each change.
The hiding is working now, thank you. However, I still have the same problem as before with the CSS class. When the value is "true", the Grid1 is not displayed again.
Do you have also any ideas about this issue?
@Damien – Attached are a few screenshots of the current configuration for a better understanding.