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    Visibility conditional statements formulas - HELP

    Hey, there.
    How can I accomplish this? Is it possible? I looked over the "Revit formulas for "everyday" usage" post, but I'm pretty confused which one should I use to accomplish what I need.

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    You will need 8 more parameters. I use what i call *actual* parameters.

    So, C1act = and(C1, Texto a Esquerda - Offset Adapto)

    This is going to give you another problem, since you used a math sign in the parameter name (-). Youll need to take that out, for it to work. It wont gray out those parameters, but those parameters wont DO anything, since youll have the geometry (or whatever) set to C1act instead of C1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twiceroadsfool View Post
    This is going to give you another problem, since you used a math sign in the parameter name (-). Youll need to take that out, for it to work. It wont gray out those parameters, but those parameters wont DO anything, since youll have the geometry (or whatever) set to C1act instead of C1.
    You can technically use the parameters with operators in the name but you need to wrap the parameter name in brackets [parameter-name].

    C1act = and(C1, [Texto a Esquerda - Offset Adapto])

    IMO it isn't worth the headache and removing the operator from your parameter name as Aaron mentioned is the better option in the long run.

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    Great point, Chad. Thanks for clarifying. I completely forgot you can do that!

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    Thank you all! It worked

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