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PytByt
Level 8

how to create next and prev navigation button with textbox/label

Hi all..

 

I'm still learning with powerapps here, i hope thic community can help me out.
I need to build next and prev navigation control with it data source came from a dropdown control.

Here is my current state:
I have a drop down menu that user can select its value from the first screen

nav1.pngDD_SelectLocation.Item
After user selected the location, they navigated to next screen which have a navigation control looks like this:
nav2.pngThis is the next/prev navigation control that i need to achieve
I need to make this next/prev navigation control works. 
I also already post the similiar case in here, but i have no luck. So i hope this new post will have more better explaination than before.

 

Please help me.

 

Thanks,

BR.

 

PytByt

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: how to create next and prev navigation button with textbox/label

Hi @PytByt ,

Do you want to make selection in a drop down, navigete to the related secreen, in that screen a lable displays the related value and two navigate button?

Firstly, I suggest you set the label's Text to the value directly, not drop down.selected.value because there are two ways to navigate screen (choose selection in drop down and  navigate button). If you navigate screen by clicking navigate button, drop down.selected.value will not change.

I've made a similar test for your reference:

1)add 4 screens named Screen1,Screen2,Screen3,Screen4

2)in screen1

set the drop down's Items:

tablename.fieldname   //replace with your tablename and fieldname

set te drop down's OnChange:

If(Dropdown1.Selected.Value="or1",Navigate(Screen1,None),
Dropdown1.Selected.Value="or2",Navigate(Screen2,None),
Dropdown1.Selected.Value="or3",Navigate(Screen3,None),
Dropdown1.Selected.Value="or4",Navigate(Screen4,None))

set the label's Text:

"or1"    //on your side, you could set to "OR1-1-1"

set the navigate's OnSelect:

Navigate(Screen2,None)10211.PNG

 

3)in screen2

set the label's Text:

"or2"    //on your side, you could set to "OR1-1-2"

set the navigate1's OnSelect:

Navigate(Screen1,None)

set the navigate2's OnSelect:

Navigate(Screen3,None)

 

10212.PNG

3)in screen3

set the label's Text:

"or3"    //on your side, you could set to "OR1-1-3"

set the navigate1's OnSelect:

Navigate(Screen2,None)

set the navigate2's OnSelect:

Navigate(Screen4,None)

10213.PNG

 

3)in screen4

set the label's Text:

"or4"    //on your side, you could set to "OR1-1-4"

set the navigate's OnSelect:

Navigate(Screen3,None)

10214.PNG

 

 

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
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TopShelf-MSFT
Level 10

Re: how to create next and prev navigation button with textbox/label

Hi @PytByt how are you progressing with this? Was the above reply helpful? 

 

@TopShelf-MSFT 

PytByt
Level 8

Re: how to create next and prev navigation button with textbox/label

Hi @TopShelf-MSFT 

Thanks for asking.

But the reply above is not the answer i'm looking for.
I just need simple navigation between item inside the control input, and not navigation between screen.

 

I think power app cannot achieve this?

 

Anyhow, my problem is still exist.

I dont know what to do.

 

Close this post if you must.

 

Regards.

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