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    How to make specific parameters within a label invisible.

    Hey guys, I'm new here.

    This may be a simple process. Please help me as soon as you can. I would greatly appreciate it.

    http://i.imgur.com/TMxfMEq.png

    So I'm making a window tag for my project. Within the instructions of my professors assignment, we are to keep the type mark visible but every other parameter invisible.

    Within the properties, there's a check mark for "visibility". I unchecked it but when I loaded the tag into the project everything became invisible! Is there a way to keep the type mark visible while making the height, width, and etc invisible?

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    don't put all of the parameters in the same label. the ones you don't want to be visible, either uncheck visibility or associate with a type parameter that is off for the type.

    look at the out of the box room tag to get an idea as to how you could use Y/N visibility Type parameters and multiple Types inside your tag family.
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