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I have a view that displays the results as a table, and also contains an exposed taxonomy filter. I need a way to know when a certain field in a row has a value that has already been "seen". A row with a "seen" value is less useful compared to "unseen" rows. Therefore, the table needs to visually distinguish between seen and unseen rows, perhaps by highlighting seen rows, or fading them.

How could I determine when the field has a value that has been "seen", and then style rows with a "seen" value differently?

  • Sounds like a job for the Flags module. And then maybe hook_entity_view to add the Flag that links user and node ID. – leymannx Nov 12 '19 at 18:05
  • Maybe worth looking at drupal.org/project/recently_read as well. – leymannx Nov 12 '19 at 18:14

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