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Rule #3 – Bracket Dimension Parameter

The third rule we will create will drive the dimensions of the bracket. Earlier we created a user parameter called mass. Our new rule will modify the width of the bracket based on the value of this parameter. In the first scenario, the width of the bracket will change according to the values shown in the following chart.

Mass Bracket Width
100 1 in
200 2 in
300 3 in
400 4 in

Add the set of possible values.

First, we will add the set of possible values for the mass parameter.

Right click in any empty cell in the mass row and choose the Make Multi-Value option from the context menu. The Value List Editor will open.

Adding iLogic parameters via the Value Editor List


If you haven’t already done so, you should use the Parameter Filter to display only the Key parameters in the list. This will make it easier to focus in on the mass parameter.

In the Add New Item(s) field, add the values 100, 200, 300 and 400. Click the Add button to populate the Value list, and then click the OK button to accept the list and return to the iLogic Parameter Editor.




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