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I am getting the error: 'Enter a valid value' when I change the icon property of a Sitemap area to an icon that definitely exists.
For example there are 2 icons in the same location called PreEntry32x32 and PreEntry85x57, the icon field accepts the current value of: $webresource:sample_Icons/PreEntry32x32 but won't accept me trying to change it to $webresource:sample_Icons/PreEntry85x57.
Is the icon imported to Dynamics 365 as a web resource by you? If so, could you try to delete and import it again to check whether it could help you resolve this issue?
Thanks for the reply Judy, I did import it. I've found a way around it now which is to completely clear the 'Icon' field and select my icon from the dropdown menu.
I am glad to see this issue is resolved now. Could you kindly share your solution here which could help others who may have the similar issue in the future.
Please see my above post for the solution.
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