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Link Icon Colour to Button Colour (Probably an Easy One?)

Hi 

 

I have a blue Button (for Submit Form) which is disabled when certain conditions aren't met; this disablement turns it from blue to grey.

 

I have a relevent icon sitting on this button but I'd like to match its colour at any particular time to that of the Button.

 

I've tried some Ifs but my formula game isn't great.  Any ideas?

 

 

Thanks.

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Re: Link Icon Colour to Button Colour (Probably an Easy One?)

Thanks for all the suggestions!  I was able to use these to create an IF statement to control the colour.  In my Icon's Colour I tried:

 

If(Button1.DisplayMode = "disabled",Button1.DisabledBorderColor, Button1.Color)

 

Thanks again.

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Re: Link Icon Colour to Button Colour (Probably an Easy One?)

@KieranJM 

You can make the icon match the background color of the button by changing.  Change these properties in your icon to the following code below.

 

Color: Button1.Fill
Fill: Button1.Fill

 

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Re: Link Icon Colour to Button Colour (Probably an Easy One?)

Hi @KieranJM ,

Do you want to link the Icon color to the Button Color?

 

I have made a test on my side, please take a try with the following workaround:

Set the Color property of the Icon to following formula:

Button1.Fill          /* <-- Bind it to Button's Fill proeprty */

In addition, you could also consider control the Color property of the Icon using same formula logic that you used to control your Button's Fill property.

 

If you want to bind the Color property of the Icon to Button's Color property, please use the following formula:

Button1.Color

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
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Re: Link Icon Colour to Button Colour (Probably an Easy One?)

Icon.Color --> The color of the "symbol"

Icon. Fill --> the background color of the icon

 

Button.Color --> the font color of the button

Button.Fill --> the background color of the button

 

 

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Re: Link Icon Colour to Button Colour (Probably an Easy One?)

Thanks for all the suggestions!  I was able to use these to create an IF statement to control the colour.  In my Icon's Colour I tried:

 

If(Button1.DisplayMode = "disabled",Button1.DisabledBorderColor, Button1.Color)

 

Thanks again.

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Super User III
Super User III

Re: Link Icon Colour to Button Colour (Probably an Easy One?)

@KieranJM 

Please make sure to close the thread if you have found the solution.

 

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