I am tracking office leases in Salesforce. I have a picklist field called "Lease Term" that has the values 1 through 10. Meaning it is a 1 year lease, 2 year lease, etc. The information for each lease is listed in its specific year (see below. I then Render the appropriate number of sections(years) based on the Lease Term so we only see pertinent data. I do this using Lease_Term >= 3 (or whatever the total years would be. This is working GREAT for the sections!
So now my problem... Using the same logic I have a quick entry page that is always set to "edit" mode that allows me to quickly add in data for dates, base rents, and Triple Net information. I only want the correct number of rows to show up on the quick entry section so I am using the same Lease_Term__c>=3 (or 4 or 5 etc) on each FIELD. For Lease_Term picklist values between 1 and 9 this is working as expected. In this picture I have selected 6 Years and the correct rows are showing up EXCEPT for the row that is set up as Lease_Term__c>=10.
The problem fields are "Date of 9th Increase", "Base Rent 9", "Triple Net 9". These all have the render set up in the same way Lease_Term__c>=10. (It is year 10 because there is a base year and then increases 1 through 9. The first year there is no increase just a base rent. I mention that just in case you were thinking Base rent 9 should be with picklist value 9). See below for odd field render behavior.
Now what gets even more interesting is if I set Lease_Term__c to the value of 10 this is what happens.
All fields that have rendering on them disappear. Again, their set up is Lease_Term>=4 (for example). Which 10 is greater than 4 so it should still be showing.
Keep in mind that my sections with the same logic are rendering perfectly.
Please let me know if I am overlooking something. Thanks for all your help!
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