For the aim of demonstrating this challenge, I created 4 native possibility set controls. Two choices units will comprise 2 values and two possibility units will comprise 3 values. The desk beneath exhibits you the settings of those possibility units that I created:
|Identify||Most well-liked Fee Methodology||Fee Affirmation||E-mail Supply Standing||Fee Standing|
|# of Choice Units||2||2||3||3|
|Required||Not Required||Not Required||Not Required||Not Required|
After I open the shape, I’ll see the picture beneath. Two of the choice units don’t have any chosen worth, and two of them have a specific worth.
I can go forward, and choose the completely different choices in all the controls, however if you happen to discover the distinction in habits, the customized controls that had a default worth, should have a worth. I’m unable to pick that default worth and go away it as null.
I’d contemplate this to be a bug. If the setting of the management was required, I can perceive that one of many values should be there with a view to save, and I can not change this from having no less than one chosen worth, nevertheless, having a default worth ought to permit me to take away that worth and never choose every other worth.
I’ll report this to Microsoft and replace this in case I hear any response.