I’m having some trouble with a dynamic railing component I’m working on. It’s not the usual suspects of the plugin dropping functionality halfway through the work process - well maybe it is.
For some reason the computer is… trolling me?
I’m having an issue where I’ve defined a function to set the length of a nested instance based on another value. So if the two ends of the railing are 1.5" wide, the length of the horizontal runner should be the total length-that value*2
Simple enough Right? There are 3 lengths I want it to consider so I set an IF/AND function which works somewhat. For 2 of the 3 railing ends it’s working perfectly. But for the first option it’s returning a value*100. If I add in a /100 to the formula it returns 0.03 (which is technically correct based on 3/100)… If I go to the Value/1 it returns 300 again.
I’ve attached screenshots below as well as the model for you to peruse. As a way of brute forcing the value I input 3" and it returned the value of 3"00 which is… i don’t even know what lol I even had a coworker look it over and he was flustered too.
Can anyone take a look and figure out why it’s returning the value so high? If it’s simply restarting sketchup (which means restarting my whole computer when the DC plugin quits working correctly) then I can do that too.
Dynamic_Railings.skp (330.5 KB)