I am trying to create a schedule for motor operated control dampers, where options such as fail position and blade type are either one choice or another. (fail closed or fail open for position, and opposed or parallel for blade type.) I would like the schedule/parameter to function where if fail open was checked, then fail closed would automatically be unchecked. I currently have fail closed as a calculated value with the formula being "not(Fail Open)". This returns either a yes or a no, which is the information I want, but it isn't in the checkbox format. Does anyone know how to make the parameter populate an actual check box with a check for yes and empty for no? Conditional formatting only gives a background color to the cell and won't actually check a box.
Yes, that was the issue. I didn't realize that in the Schedule Graphics that they all show up as Yes or No anyway.
But if I did want them all to appear as checkboxes on the Schedule View, but still only allow one to be checked, is there a way to do that?
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