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sajarac
Level 8

Re: Color button fill

Thank you very much both for youre help and advise, it works!!

 

Regards,

 

 

PytByt
Level 8

Re: Color button fill


@panand99 wrote:

You can sets a local variable once you select first image like 

 

UpdateContext({selectedImage:"Image1"})

 

and on second 

UpdateContext({selectedImage:"Image2"})

Then on the all images image.fill property, you can use this variable if (selectedImage="Image1", <<color>>,<<defaultcolor>>). like that you can use.

 


Hi @panand99 

 

Could you please tell me where exactly whould i put thos formula? 

 

I'm a noob powerapps junky..

 

Thank you,

 

RamiTrivadis
Level: Powered On

Re: Color button fill

I had three tabs, it worked for the first two but not the third tab

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