Can you make the same conditional formatting on an attribute table added to the printcomposer as you can do within the attribute table? (with QGIS 2.16.3)


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Don't think so, might be a good idea to post this as a feature request.

Saying that, there are some options which allows you to enable shading for matching cells in:

Item Properties > Appearence > Advanced customisation...

Table shading

Since there are already existing options to apply shading to certain order of cells, it should be possible to add a custom expression somewhere.

  • I know the advanced customisation that way. But I want to highlight only features matching a certain value.
    – PieterB
    Commented Oct 10, 2016 at 9:37
  • @PieterB - In the Feature filtering section (above the Appearence section`), there is the Filter with option. You could use this to filter the entire attribute table for only the features you want which matches a certain value. Note that the attributes of the features which do not match your value will not be shown.
    – Joseph
    Commented Oct 10, 2016 at 9:45

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