Hey @jprint714, I’m so glad you’re happy!!! I empathize with the dyslexic comment, I totally get it. Not to worry, it is hard for us all.
Quick question, are you trying to replicate this process in your own file? Looks like it given the naming of your screenshot.
First off, I assume you’ve already created the $DisplayExpressCache user attribute, yes?
Secondly, I can’t tell from the screenshot, are you updating your prototype or a note folder? From what I can tell in your first screenshot it looks like you’re updating a note folder and not the prototype. I see this because it says “assigned to this note”. So, that tells me that you’ve edited a note and the inheritance to the prototype might have been severed (which happens by design). Not to worry.
What you want to do is re-connect the inheritance to the prototype.
In the Quickstamp, do a search for Rule or Edit, I believe that is where you put the action code. You’ll want to reconnect the Rule’s inheritance to the prototype. To do this you’ll click the button right under default an this will reset the inheritance. If the code is correct you should be good to go.
Public Service Announcement (PSA): Everything I just said above can be super confusing as there are TONs of new concepts being thrown your way–code, prototype, attribute, inheritance, optimization–with little background or setup. It is natural to say “I don’t have a F**k’ng clue what you’re talking about.” This awareness is the first step to success. The next step is our working together so that not only do you have a clue but your empowered. We can do this. You’ll get there.
So, with this PSA out there, let me do this. You can try the quickstamp approach I note above, but if you ca wait until the end of the day I’ll create a video that explains it.