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hughrmarks
Helper IV
Helper IV

Radio Button value

I have two options for my radio button: Need to navigate to Screen 1 if Item 1 is selected on my radio button, need to navigate to Screen 2 if Item 2 is selected on my radio button. All I know is that this doesn't work: If (RadioButton = "Item1", Navigate (Screen1,ScreenTransition.None), Navigate(Screen2 ScreenTransition.None)) It doesn't seem to like the equal sign but I don't see how else to do it. Anyone?
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Try:

 

If(RadioButton.Selected.Value = "Item1",Navigate(Screen1,ScreenTransition.None),RadioButton.Selected.Value = "Item2",Navigate(Screen1.ScreenTransition.None))

This should also ensure that no navigation occurs if the radio button is blank.

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Resolver I

Try:

 

If(RadioButton.Selected.Value = "Item1",Navigate(Screen1,ScreenTransition.None),RadioButton.Selected.Value = "Item2",Navigate(Screen1.ScreenTransition.None))

This should also ensure that no navigation occurs if the radio button is blank.

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Perfecto! Thank you very much.

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