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Object visibility

Question asked by rudihoremans on Jul 7, 2014
Latest reply on Jul 7, 2014 by philmodjunk

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Object visibility

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     Depending on the value of a field (Field A) a pop-up button should be visible or not. If "Field A" = "X", the button should be visible. So I define in Inspector/Hide object when: Field A ≠ "X". When "Field A" = X, the popup button is visible.

     So far so good. I have another popup button that should only be visible when "Field A" = "Y" or when "Field A" = "Z".

     I tried to define the calculation for hiding the object as follows: 

     Inspector/Hide object when: Field A ≠ "Y" or Field A ≠ "Z". When "Field A" = Y or when "Field A" = "Z", the popup button stays hidden.

     I am afraid the solution is that obvious that I simply fail to see it. As I have a dozen popup buttons that should only be visible if a condition (and several of them have this second scenario: two or more possible values if "Field A" should trigger the same popup visibility) in "Field A" is met, I dearly would like to find a way to make this work.

      

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