I have a door schedule that has many blank cells, where I don’t need anything to show in the schedule. But I want all of those blank cells to be filled with a “–” so it appears intentional and not blank. I have figured out how to filter any parameters in the schedule that are blank, but can’t seem to figure out how to replace them with any data. Is this possible to be able to fill in the blank cells?
Did you try String.Replace node?
I had not tried that. Seems like that would work, but I can’t figure out what to feed into the string. IN from the FilterByBoolMask doesn’t work, and I can’t figure out what input it needs.
That node works, if you want to get values different from blanks get values from out, not from in because blank == blank is true. You need to get false values. Try using String.Replace. It would give you a list with everything correct.
You have to remember what a schedule is… just a formatted view of element parameters. You’re actually looking for the elements in that schedule with blank values for the specified parameter. You can use All Elements In Active View to get the elements in the schedule and then filter parameter values from there.
Thanks, I was able to get it to do what I want by grabbing the elements in the schedule and filtering by parameters that were blank.