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@Adam Haylock

@DeadMeatGF is correct there is a maximum of 3 per branch node, but you can connect one branch node to another using a 'no match' condition, and then you have more outputs available to you on the second or multiple subsequent branch nodes. In your case you will need to chain together a few branch nodes to cater for 11 different outcomes.

So you can achieve 11, and the logic will look for a match on the first branch node, and if there is not one, it will use the No Match to go the next Branch node, and so on and so until it finds a match

Hope that helps

Steve

 

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