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Avoid CSS overriding Conditional Formatting

Hi

I want to have both CSS class and Conditional formatting on a Cross Tab. What I notice is the CSS class overrides the Conditional formatting. How can I avoid this?

My CSS script is below.

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.ct5 .sapzencrosstab-ColumnHeaderArea,

.ct5 .sapzencrosstab-HeaderCellAlternating,

.ct5 .sapzencrosstab-DimensionHeaderArea,

.ct5 .sapzencrosstab-HeaderCellDefault{

color: black;

background-image: none !important;

background-color: #ffffff!important;

}

.ct5 .sapzencrosstab-HeaderCellDefault {

background-color: #ffffff!important;

}

.ct5 .sapzencrosstab-DataCellAlternating,

.ct5 .sapzencrosstab-HeaderCellAlternating {

background-color: #ffffff!important;

}

.ct5 .sapzencrosstab-DataCellAlternating,

.ct5 .sapzencrosstab-HeaderCellAlternating {

background-color: #ffffff!important;

}

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The above CSS class simply removes the alternating row colors. But also removes the conditional formatting. Is there a way to make conditional formatting take precedence over CSS?

Below are the images.

Capture 1 - Standard

Capture 2 - Standard with Conditional Formatting

Capture 3 - CSS with Conditional Formatting

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 01, 2016 at 07:43 AM

    Hi,

    In properties of Cross tab , You can make off the Alternative Row Style.

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