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You can create a custom dialog box in SPFx to achieve it. The following articles for your reference. SPFx: Modal Dialog, show classic SharePoint forms Use custom dialog boxes with SharePoint Framework Extensions


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It looks like a limitation of SPFx's feature framework's that you can't associate field customizer to existing OOTB fields. Reference - Highlighting which page is the welcome page in a site Having said that, you can associate Field Customizer extension to existing OOTB list columns or site columns by setting ClientSideComponentId property of column with ...


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Try loading the CSS following way. I have used it myself and was able to style the SharePoint modern page as per my need. public onInit(): Promise<void> { Log.info(LOG_SOURCE, `Initialized ${strings.Title}`); const cssUrl: string = this.properties.cssurl; if (cssUrl) { // inject the style sheet const head: any = document....


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I don't think it would be possible apply spfx extension on name field(certain other columns also) but it does work on FileLeafRef column. Ref link Column formatting could have been an option but problem is that Name column does on on appear column settings, it just appears in view fields with this 3 columns Name (linked to document). Name (for use in ...


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I have never really tried, but I don't think it's possible. The schema has only the txtContent property, which get's inserted as "text", not as "html". I see no way to insert "html" content. You'd need an SPFx Field Customizer for that.


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If you are using Multi line of Text and Enhanced rich text option is checked.. By Default List views display it in html format. below is screenshot of your example


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