Never knew what that little operator = with the line through it did!
You can also use
If [ Not $$Play ]
Yes I found that (in a post you had replied to me yesterday only at the time I didn't really understand what it was) and meant to update this thread in case someone followed my stupidity!
Nothing stupid about your method and it can be the better option in some cases. The expression I posted works only so long as the only values that you have to detect are boolean. As long as you only need to detect whether the value has a number other than 0 (True) or that it is empty or zero (False) the expression I suggested will work.
Reading up on all the operators and efficient use of (wish I had listened at school)
Having problems with a Conditional Format using "not"
not $$PActive and not Layer::ID = $$Lposition fill set to (None)
$$PActive is a True 1/ False 0 and Layer::ID is the range of Layer IDs
its for a button which is inactive, it contains a png which sits on my portal row and only want the png to appear when matches the Variables
At the moment I have the button set up as a color fill using "= and" it works fine but Im looking a more professional look!
Forget last post all sorted :) well its working!