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    Shared Parameters - Blank Fields - Hide Question Marks

    I am building an Electrical Tag to show Mounting Height and some descriptive info for my outlet families like this:

    +42"
    GFCI
    WP


    if I omit a field, or multiple fields I get a tag that looks and prints like this

    +42"
    ?
    ?

    is there any way to hide the question marks if the text field is blank?

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    Try to put the parameters in the same label. They will then only show up in the tag if the param is filled with info.


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    Or, you could create some on/off visibility parameters for the other labels so the user has the option to hide them when not used.

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