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Hi @JinheeS the Listbox will provide an output such "x=True,y=False" so hence why your formulas don't work as they always have an x and y. Value I amended the formula to account if the output is true or false. Let me know what you think?
An alternative would be to change the configuration of the List Box tool and use the "Generate Custom List" option instead. On the back of it, you will produce a comma separated list of selected values - eg. "x,y" if both options are selected
You'd also want to update the logic of the conditional statement though. The 'True' and 'False' references the Disabled setting which works counter-intuitively ie you want to set the value to False to keep the container enabled and True to disable it. In your case it would be
IF Contains([#1], "x")