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Linking "not for construction" stamp to sheets parameter

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santrod0204
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Linking "not for construction" stamp to sheets parameter

I'm trying to create a "not for construction" stamp that I can toggle as fast as I can for each sheet part of my project. I created the stamp as a generic annotation with a yes/ no shared parameter nested in the title block family.

Then I inserted the shared parameter in my project as part of "sheets". Now I can see the option as soon as I click the name of the sheet in my project browser, but it is still not linked to the stamp (it only works when I click on the title block and modify the parameter in its properties).

 

Question is, can I link these functions? Or am I after something that is not possible?

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The visibility parameter should be part of the titleblock family. It is not a property of sheets. Sheets and titleblocks are different things. Simply select the titleblock of a sheet and turn the note on and off from the properties of the titleblock.


Alfredo Medina _________________________________________________________________ ______
Licensed Architect (Florida) | Freelance Instructor | Profile on Linkedin
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santrod0204
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Yes, but can I link them in a way that, by changing the sheet parameter, the title block can be changed as well? (without using any dynamo script)

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What you mention works for other things such as labels in the titleblock with sheet-specific information, but you just want to turn on and off that image in the titeblock. Then simply select the titleblock and change the value of a yes/no visibility parameter in the titleblock's properties. 


Alfredo Medina _________________________________________________________________ ______
Licensed Architect (Florida) | Freelance Instructor | Profile on Linkedin

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