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Issue Description:

  • I use JSON to format a lookup column in a SharePoint Online list.
  • I click 'Edit in Grid View'.
  • The column value and formatting are appropriately displayed in grid view.
  • UNTIL I try to change a value in that column!
  • When I click the field to edit it, neither the current value or the lookup values are visible.
  • If I blindly click one of the invisible values on the lookup list, and then click another row, the new value does appear in the field I just left - so the functionality is not affected - just how the data is displayed (or in this case, not displayed).
  • Does not impact ability to edit single items in the edit form.

Other things I've tried: I've tried using a number of different JSON formats, including nothing more than font-weight bold (no table display-type) - and it doesn't seem to matter. The behavior is the same. The formatting is applied until I click in the field to edit it, and then the values all become invisible.

I've spent over an hour Googling, and only came up with one thing: Albini's Cat posted a similar question a year or so ago, but doesn't appear to have received an answer.

Help, anyone? Thanks!

Issue Illustrated

Here's my current JSON:

Current JSON Column formatting for the above

And another example - same issue:

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I can see the exact same behavior in our SharePoint tenant:

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I have used basic JSON like:

{
  "$schema": "https://developer.microsoft.com/json-schemas/sp/v2/column-formatting.schema.json",
  "elmType": "div",
  "txtContent": "@currentField.lookupValue"
}

This seems like issue from Microsoft end. Requesting you to create a new issue/bug on PnP List formatting repository on GitHub. This is maintained by Microsoft employees as well as community contributors.

Also, you can raise a support ticket with Microsoft, check Get Online support.

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