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Mon, Aug 1, 2005 at 11:53:53 PM | Yes / No Void

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I have created a VOID to a component but I want to allow flexibility of having it or not using a parametric radius. However, the radius cannot be zero to get rid of the VOID. Is it possible to use Yes/No Parameter to control its occurence? Or other ways can do and how? Regards,

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Tue, Aug 2, 2005 at 1:33:53 AM | RE: Yes / No Void

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Not possible to turn the curve off, however you could set it up so you have a yes/no parameter for a curve then based on which selected you could create parameters that adjust the void so it doesn't cut the and straight line void cuts and vice versa...

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Tue, Aug 2, 2005 at 3:45:50 AM | RE: Yes / No Void

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Thanks Mr Spot.

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Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 11:45:04 AM | Yes / No Void

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I'm trying to create a seat for a precast double tee family by creating an void extsion running along each end of the tee. I set up some 'yes/no' parameters but I can't apply those parameters to the void extrusion. I made the family in the 'beams and braces' family template as well as the 'generic model line based' family template hoping the problem was the template, but it wasn't.

Could someone tell me how to apply the yes/no parameter to a void extrusion?

 

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Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 11:51:29 AM | Yes / No Void

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Can't but read my post in this thread for how yoiu can do this. http://www.revitcity.com/forums.php?action=viewthread&thread_id=17452

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Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 11:52:05 AM | Yes / No Void

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You can't use a yes/no visiblity parameter with a void.  You might need to find a work-around so you do not need to use the void.

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Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 6:09:36 PM | Yes / No Void

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I learned this in AU ad David B's class on fuzzy math for families. He did not use the parameter to turn off the void but to move it out of the way it is intersecting. used it to create window in doors as a yes no.... so the yes/no parameter just added X' to the location of the depth of it so it effectively pushed it away from the mass it is cutting.

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