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    Yes/No visibility parameter formula problem?

    Hi guys and gals,
    I have a problem where I am trying to have a <yes/no> parameter turn on if <Panel Number> is less than 2 and turn off if it is lesser than 1.
    I can achieve one or the other with:

    <yes/no> = <Panel Number> < 2
    but how do i make it so in addition to the above it turns off if <Panel Number> < 1

    any help is greatly appreciated.

    Milos

    #2
    Not sure if this is exactly what you are after, but Alfredo gave a very good explanation of dealing with the visibility of nested components in http://www.revitforum.org/architectu...es-needed.html
    Ian Kidston
    http://allextensions.com.au

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      #3
      Thanks Ian, but not quite what I am looking for.

      I want to apply visibility (on/off) to one object in such a way that it is off until "Panel Number parameter" is <2, then it is turned on if "Panel Number parameter" is 1 and turn off again if "Panel Number parameter" is set to 0 or less.

      Great read none the less, I may need to revise my Door family based on what I've read.

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        #4
        If "Panel Number parameter" is an integer then wouldn't your visibility parameter simply apply if "Panel Number parameter = 1"?
        Michael
        Canberra, Australia

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          #5
          OK, the best place to understand formulas which can be used in revit is Klaus's thread http://www.revitforum.org/tutorials-...day-usage.html Pretty sure what you are after is in there.
          Ian Kidston
          http://allextensions.com.au

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            #6
            HA HA

            it was the equal sign (=)

            I was trying different IF statements with x<2 and x>0 but it was the frikin "="
            Thank you both!
            That link is amazing, thanks for that.

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              #7
              Originally posted by milos View Post
              HA HA

              it was the equal sign (=)

              I was trying different IF statements with x<2 and x>0 but it was the frikin "="
              Thank you both!
              That link is amazing, thanks for that.
              Yes, That particular thread we go down in Revit history. A mere 387,000 views thus far!!!!
              Ian Kidston
              http://allextensions.com.au

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