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StanR
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How to connect a button to AddMediaButton onSelect action

Hello,

 

I have an AddMediaWithImage1 element that allows me to upload pictures in collection, it has AddMediaButton1 with the next onSelect function:

Collect(PhotoList, {Pic: UploadedImage1.Image, Name: Concatenate("File ", Text( Now(), "[$-en-US]yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss" ), ".jpg")})

 

I would like to have a simple button that will refer to the AddMediaButton1 onSelect action. I need to press the button and after this AddMediaButton1 onSelect action happens. How can it be done?

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Yes, I did discover that. I found a workaround like in the reply above.

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v-xiaochen-msft
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Hi @StanR ,

 

Could you tell me :

  • Do you want to execute the formula of AddMediaButton1’ ‘s Onselect property by clicking a button ?

 

If the above assumption is true, the point is use select() function.

The function is used to refer to the Onselect property of another control.

 

You can try the following formula:

Add a button control to screen and set its Onselect property to:

Select(AddMediaButton1)

 

Best Regards,

Wearsky

WarrenBelz
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Super User III

@StanR ,

As you have probably discovered, Select does not work on this control. I do not believe there is any way of initiating this control except pushing the button on it.

 

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Yes, you understood correctly, but looks like this way did not work with AddMediaWithImage1 element, because when I pressed a new button it did not run camera or proposal to select a local picture, but added empty picture from UploadedImage1. Thanks, I customized the default AddMediaButton1 to make it be looked like a simple button, of course I could not do it the similar but anyway it solved my problem but I would say it was a workaround. 

Yes, I did discover that. I found a workaround like in the reply above.

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