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Two 'Graphic Property Definitions' set by formula property.

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02-12-2013 02:07 PM

Is there a way to control which of two 'Graphic Property definitions' are used via a formula property with a IF, Then, condition statement?

While you can set a default image in the Property Set Definition, you need to assign the image associated with a specific instance (for an object-based PSD) or style (for a style-based PSD).  The Schedule Table will show the image associated with the object(s) on a particular row.

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David_W._Koch
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Re: Two 'Graphic Property Definitions' set by formula property.

02-12-2013 02:15 PM in reply to: mdhutchinson

Not so far as I know.

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Re: Two 'Graphic Property Definitions' set by formula property.

02-12-2013 03:00 PM in reply to: David_W._Koch

Yeh, that's what I am seeing.

 

See this:

 

http://www.jtbworld.com/images/adt2007schedule.gif

 

How is the image getting switched up?

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Re: Two 'Graphic Property Definitions' set by formula property.

02-14-2013 03:58 PM in reply to: mdhutchinson

While you can set a default image in the Property Set Definition, you need to assign the image associated with a specific instance (for an object-based PSD) or style (for a style-based PSD).  The Schedule Table will show the image associated with the object(s) on a particular row.

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