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BrunaVieiraPDT
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dropdown menu button

Hi, 

I've managed to create a dropdown menu that it's visible once the menu button is pressed, but it's visible just for a brief moment. How can I maintain it's visibility and disable it once the button is pressed a second time?

 

 

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lucia
Level 8

Re: dropdown menu button

Hey,

you can use condition,

 

OnSelecet:

 

If(variable, Set(variable, false), Set(variable, true))

 

Hope this helps.

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BrunaVieiraPDT
Level: Powered On

Re: dropdown menu button

Hi,

Somehow after some change this is the result:

onSelect button: If(!DDVisible; Set(DDVisible; true); Set(DDVisible; false))

Visible dropdown: DDVisible

 

And it works perfectly. Thank you all for the support.

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Super User
Super User

Re: dropdown menu button

Can you screenshot the properties associated with your dropdown and the actions associated with your menu button?  Then we will be able to advise you better.

BrunaVieiraPDT
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Re: dropdown menu button

 
Super User
Super User

Re: dropdown menu button

Set the visible property of the dropdown control to a variable, for example DDVisible.

Set the On Select property of the menu button to Set(DDVisible, true).

When you want to hide the dropdown again, Set(DDVisible,false).

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BrunaVieiraPDT
Level: Powered On

Re: dropdown menu button

There's a way to hide and show the dropdown just by pressing the button? For example, press it to show and then press it again to hide.

lucia
Level 8

Re: dropdown menu button

Hey,

you can use condition,

 

OnSelecet:

 

If(variable, Set(variable, false), Set(variable, true))

 

Hope this helps.

View solution in original post

BrunaVieiraPDT
Level: Powered On

Re: dropdown menu button

Hi,

Somehow after some change this is the result:

onSelect button: If(!DDVisible; Set(DDVisible; true); Set(DDVisible; false))

Visible dropdown: DDVisible

 

And it works perfectly. Thank you all for the support.

View solution in original post

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