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Wed, Oct 24, 2012 at 8:32:16 PM | Controlling Visiblilty Of Multiple Families

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I have three families that are using the same two parameters to control thier visibility ("Open" - for opened position & "Closed - closed position). Right now I have all three families set up with "Open and Closed" as instance parameters with a not() formula so each family closes if open is not checked.

The real question is - Is there any way to open and close all three families with one click ie. Uncheck open for one object and have the other two families react accordingly?

useing shared parameters maybe?


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Sun, Nov 4, 2012 at 4:16:48 PM | Controlling Visiblilty Of Multiple Families

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