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How to change the toggle value before it is displayed?



So I have 2 screens, each with a toggle control.


Screen A, Toggle A (default ON)

Screen B, Toggle B (default OFF)


When I turn Toggle A OFF in Screen A it navigates to Screen B...all good there.


Now, in Screen B when Toggle B is turned ON.. it navigates back to Screen A, but Toggle A value is OFF (because of previous step). How can I make it so that when Screen A shows back to the user the Toggle A is ON?


I have tried:

  1. Changing the value in OnVisible
  2. Passing a parameter back to screen A and setting it in the Default



Super User III
Super User III

Hi @ChamCR ,

You we’re close with #2.

A Global Variable would do the job, but you need to watch possible Circular References if you try to set it off the control itself and make the value the Default.

If you make the Default the Variable, Set it on the return from the other screen and reset the control, it should show the value.


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