Switch True and False in IF

By Richard Aben on 11 Nov 2015
You always have to use the Swap Connectors because True has to go down and False to the side for the exceptions. 
J.11 Nov 2015
erm, why?

Kilian Hekhuis16 Nov 2015
No J, he's completely right! I'm always very annoyed that if you drop an If onto a connector it creates a False, while if you put an If onto the canvas, then draw the first connector it's a True! Totally incosistent!

As for why "down" should be True: programs are far more legible when the main flow is expressed in positive Ifs. So this:

Is far better than this:

Justin James16 Nov 2015
Agreed 100%! I virtually *always* need to "Swap" an IF after putting it in the workflow in the middle of an existing connector. That's a sign that the current behavior is wrong.

J.18 Nov 2015
Meh, Yes, the mainflow should go down. No, it should not be always the true path. I like to have ifs logical , not infested with not's.
Kilian Hekhuis19 Nov 2015
J, that's exactly the point. It seems though your logic isn't mine :)))