In this thread this issue was discussed back in 2015 and seemingly resolved but it appears to have come back for me.
Basically I have an element on a CMS collection page that is set up to be visible if a specific rich-text field is set (if it is not set it is not visible). It has been working but recently when someone deleted the content of one CMS item for that rich-text field the element is still showing up even though the rich-text field is no longer “set”. Has anyone else run into this issue? Is there a solve? Does Webflow need to fix it again?
I tried deleting the field out removing and re-adding the conditional visibility but nothing fixes it. New CMS items without that rich-text field being set operate as desire. Thanks!
"It appears you have run into a known issue that we have recently uncovered and are tracking. The team is aware of this issue and actively working towards a solution. I don’t have an exact timeline to share for when the fix will be deployed, but I will keep this ticket on-hold and provide you with an update the moment I have one to share.
In the meantime, the workaround will be to set conditional visibility for this element with a switch field or based on some other field’s values. We understand this may not be ideal, but I’m hoping it works as a temporary solution while the team works on solving this."
Hi guys, I’ve ran into the same issue recently.
While Webflow is working on fixing this issue, what worked for me is to go into each CMS item with the empty rich text field, select all with Ctrl + A, and then deleting it. It will seems like it selects and deletes nothing, but it worked for me even without having to reset the conditional visibility on my elements.
Hope it helps!