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Hiding values that need to be used is generally not a good idea. There is also another issue with hiding fields with conditional logic inside a repeater.
Let’s say that you have sub field “X” in the repeater and it has 2 different values in 2 rows. If this field is hidden by conditional logic it will not be updates. If the rows are reordered the values of the hidden sub fields will stay in place in the old row. The value from row 2 will not move to row 1 when they are reordered. Conditional logic is only useful for field values that you will not use when the condition is not met. It’s not useful for aesthetics.
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