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Hide Radio Input in Dashboard

sidekix24
Path Finder

Does anyone know how to hide a radio input in a Dashboard? We have a regex calculation that we've assigned to a radio input and we used that input as token to rename values for us within the dashboard. Is there a way to hide that input while still using the calculation as a token?

Thanks

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ziegfried
Influencer

You'll have to reference tokens in depends="..." with $ signs:

<input type="radio" token="YourTokenHere" depends="$NoSuchToken$" searchWhenChanged="true">

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ziegfried
Influencer

You'll have to reference tokens in depends="..." with $ signs:

<input type="radio" token="YourTokenHere" depends="$NoSuchToken$" searchWhenChanged="true">

DalJeanis
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Hmmm. You could try adding a depends token value to the checkbox, and see if that keyword is supported for that object.

 < input type="radio" token="YourTokenHere" depends="$NoSuchToken$" searchWhenChanged="true">
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ziegfried
Influencer

Do you have an example of what you've been doing so far?

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sidekix24
Path Finder

I actually found the answer:

Changed this line:

To this:

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DalJeanis
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

If you click the code button (101 010) before submitting, then the web interface won't swallow your html.

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