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I want to display a block when a node contains a entity reference field when specific term is present.

I have tried numerous modules that did not work for me or perhaps I did not set them up right, term_condition token_conditions entity_field_condition (using the appropriate patch)

EDIT: it seems the term_condition works on a clean install after applying some pending patches on the issue queue. So this probably is a problem with my installation.

  • perhaps I did not set them up right did you use the term id rather than the term name? – No Sssweat Jun 14 '18 at 10:08
  • @NoSssweat yes I did try all possible combinations, have you used them are they working or perhaps there is something in my system that prevents them from working ? I am working with block visibility groups module perhaps something is wrong with that ? – GiorgosK Jun 14 '18 at 10:36
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    term_condition worked; although, it's buggy. When I try to configure the block after setting term ID visiblity, I'm getting an error. But as far as displaying the block goes, it works as expected. Note I am testing on a fresh install. – No Sssweat Jun 14 '18 at 10:58
  • It looks like term_condition is exactly what you want. There are some pending patches that might help. – Andy Jun 14 '18 at 12:07
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The easiest solution is probably term_condition

Install/enable the module and then on the block layout of a certain block you will be presented with a term visibility setting where you can search for term that will be used as the visibility condition.

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NOTE: Currently the module is incompatible with rules as rules has its numerous conditions on its own. This issue has been reported here

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