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    Door family Visibility. Almost there

    I have created a door family with several visibility/sizing options. this is where i am stuck- if none of the options in the graphics section of the parameters are selected i would like the ADA boxes and the arrows to all tun off. This will cover doors that do not require the ADA clearances. I may just be overthinking it. Any help is appreciated. I don't want to bloody my forehead on my desk anymore.
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    Instead of creating so many formulas to control visibility parameters, consider creating types in the family, and then define in each type which of those visibility options should be on or off.

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