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HOWEVER -- if you do exactly the same thing, but instead of a field you create a COMPUTED TEXT area, and for the formula you use the field name where you have written the html..... It does display as formatted text. But not in R5.
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The Notes client follows it's own sweet rules. When looking at the DXL of a
form you will understand a lot. E.g. you mark a field and change
font/size/color: Notes acutally creates a [run] (the Notes equivalent of a
[span] tag) around it. So when the Notes clients renders a form everything
OUTSIDE a field definition is used for the visuals and then the field is
processed seperatly. A field is allways a field even if it happens to be
display only. A computed text on the other hand is designed to influence the
It is a consitent logical behavior... you (and I) might not like since it is
inconsistent to the web behavior.
(My take: IBM should rewrite the renderer around the Mozilla core engine).