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How create a visibility condition based off of an Int Value In EcoStruxure Operator Terminal Expert

Issue:
Looking for a way to control visibility with an INT variable in EcoStruxure Operator Terminal Expert

Product Line:
EcoStruxure Operator Terminal Expert

Resolution:
In order to control an object's visibility with an INT variable, we can make use of Scripting to control the Visibility property or use a Converter.

Scripting solution:
For Scripting, first we must setup the object's Visbility property to use a Value from a BOOL variable (as illustrated below)
Condition

Note: We need to assign a BOOL Variable to the Visibility condition. It does not accept any other type.

In order to control the Visibility with an INT value, we need to write the following Blockly Script. Note that our variable to monitor is named "Var1" and for this example, we care for the value of "8" to show the object and hide the object for any other value.
Script

Converter solution:
An alternative to this script is to create a converter as follows:
Condition

Once the converter is created, you can assign any INT variable to the object's visibilty condition as follows:
Properties

Note that both the Scripting and Converter solution wil achieve the same results.

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