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MayaD
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Changing button fill when pressed on iPad

I am having troubles with a button that I can't get to change color/fill when pressed on iPad. It works well when I preview the app in browser while using mouse but wont happen on iPad. Any ideas what I could do to make it work?

 

Thanks in advance.

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Super User
Super User

Re: Changing button fill when pressed on iPad

Use variables to do it

 

Screen - OnVisible=UpdateContext({Button1:true, Button2:false})

 

Then on Button 1

 * OnSelect =UpdateContext({Button1:true, Button2:false})

* DisplayMode = If(Button1,Disabled,Edit)

 

On Button 2

* OnSelect = UpdateContext({Button1:false, Button2:true})

* DisplayMode = If(Button2,Disabled,Edit)

 

You can set the Disabled Fill and Color for each of the buttons to whatever you want and you can do this with as many  buttons you want, I just did this example for two.

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MayaD
Level: Power Up

Re: Changing button fill when pressed on iPad

Thanks for your response, I'll try it.

Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Changing button fill when pressed on iPad

Hi @MayaD,

How do you change the Fill color of the Button within your app?

Have you solved your problem?

I have made a test on my side, please take a try with the following workaround:

Set the OnSelect property of the Button control to following:

Set(IsClicked,!IsClicked)

Set the Fill property of the Button control to following:

If(IsClicked,RGBA( 255, 20, 147, 1 ),RGBA(56, 96, 178, 1))

Please take a try with above solution, check if your issue is solved.

 

Best regards,

Kris

Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
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Super User
Super User

Re: Changing button fill when pressed on iPad

That is one option but it (in my opinion) works better the way I put above where instead having to put the if statement on your fill you just change the button properties off the variable. 

 

I have done both and just find this way to be easier and cleaner...but everybody has their own style and way of doing things. I like this option because I prefer being able to click on the colors so I can see what I like better instead of having to type them out in the if statement. But is basically has the same outcome either way. 

 

Rebecca  🙂 

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