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WackdeMack
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How to change the default fill option from a button?

https://youtu.be/gnE1PuwUKqs?t=299

 

I saw this awesome template video. In this video, when a new button is add, the default Fill option is "Button.Fill" instead a standard RGB option.

 

Does anyone how to do to this? 

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Watch the video you attached fully. In the video, the is a template setting that is part of the template not Power Apps settings. Naturally, there's nothing like button.fill if you are not referring to another control like a button or dealing with a variable.

In the case of the video you posted, it referring to a variable

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eka24
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"Button.Fill" is just referencing the fill of another Button.

So for instance if Button1 fill is Red and in Button2 fill you put Button1.Fill, Button2 will also be Red.

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I understand how this works but when he select a new button, the default fill option is Button.Fill instead the RGB color, how is that possible? 

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After watching the video, button is a name of a variable that was set as part of the Settings for the App.

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So in the settings, you can point to the variable. When you create a new button, the default is button.fill instead RGB, hmm.

Watch the video you attached fully. In the video, the is a template setting that is part of the template not Power Apps settings. Naturally, there's nothing like button.fill if you are not referring to another control like a button or dealing with a variable.

In the case of the video you posted, it referring to a variable

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