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Kevin Biggar
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I would like to set the initial value of a form to be the previously entered value+1.
The column is called [Trainingplanday]. So I'm putting [Trainingplanday]+1 in this columns 'Initial Value' field (see image).

I know this expression works because it works in other columns. But it won't work in it's own column. I should say that this column type is 'Ref'. I expect that is what is stopping it. Is there any work around?
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Hi. I'm trying to link two tables, something I've done before with no problem.

In each table I have a column named Project. After choosing the 'Ref' column type I make sure that the table is linking to the other table then cross my fingers that it connects to the right column. Normally it does so, presumably based on matching the column names. In this case both are called 'project' and so there should be no problems.

However, it insists in matching to the 'Key' column (see below).

Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong?
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I'm trying to build a todo app that has a view that shows only the single next item to be completed. I can only create a slice that shows all uncompleted items. How can I elegantly filter for just the first item.

In other words, when you have identical rows in a table how can you filter to show only the first (ie top) row? Thanks!

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I'm being interviewed tonight by Bryan Crump for the Radio NZ Nights show. Tune in around 7:10pm!
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