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Hi Sandpiper,
- to check if a field has content, just put the field into the formula, like

MyField

- to check if a field has no content:

not MyField

- to check if a field contains some text:

MyField like "foo"

Regards
Frank
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Hi Frank
Yes that worked. At at a very early stage in learning ninox but am gradually feeling more confident.
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I have a table with many fields and so I have created a form with several tabs with just a few fields in each tab to make managing that data easier. (I tried subtables but this ended up being easier.) I would like to have the date field appear on every tab but it looks to me as if a field can only appear on one tab at a time. Is that the case or is there a way to duplicate fields for tabs?
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Hello, each field can only appear once in the form.
As a workaround you could create different date fields and use trigger to populate them with the same value.
Best regards, Alex
M
Hi - I like Ninox. I've migrated from Bento and it seems to work very well.

I have a second Mac on which I'd like to run Ninox. Is that possible?

Also, could you set up your Wordpress log-in & password reset dialogues in English, please?

Thanks, Mick
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Hi Mick,
absolutely, just make sure that your database is stored on iCloud (cloud symbol attached to the database). If not: Database menu => Duplicate, Storage: iCloud).
On the other Mac, go to App Store => Purchases and install Ninox. This won't charge you twice.
Best
Frank
K
I have used Ninox for almost 12 months and been frustrated because I couldn't do what I did in Filemaker years ago, but looks like the new version will do it! Thank you!
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Hi Ken,
thanks for your feedback.
If you have questions also write at any time to support@ninoxdb.de.
There is a solution for nearly everything what can be done with FM.

Best regards, Alex
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I am looking at Database products for my MacBook and Ninox is one I've seen mentioned. I've searched unsuccessfully for details for that SQL querying support there is. I come from an Oracle / SQL Server background and while I'm not looking for a tool as sophisticated as either of those, I do want to be able to write my own queries, etc. Is that supported?
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Ooops, that's poorly worded. Can you tell me what support Ninox has for people who want to write their own SQL queries?
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