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Revit Tip - Yes/No conditional

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tzframpton

I thought I'd share something I learned form a coworker today.

 

This is how you have a "Yes/No" conditional in Revit.

 

if ([condition = X], 1 2)

 

Notice the screenshot below. I have multiple visibility Yes/No values and I wanted to control these parametrically. So the checkbox (Yes/No) is controlled by the associativity of the Nominal Diameter parameter. This is for a basket y-strainer in elevation view.

yes_no_revit.PNG

 

1 is less than 2, true (Yes). 1 is greater than 2, false (No). This is so simple and I would have never thought of this, so hope this helps some. I think this could be useful in much more applications than the example I have shown above.

 

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Alex Cunningham

Who ever you coworker is... he is brilliant.

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