I'd love it if I could leverage a hover state for a formula.
A simple example might be something like If(ExampleDropdown.Hover.State=true, Green, White). That way I could control other items depending on whether a control was being hovered over or not.
It's funny... I was just thinking recently that I'd like to be able to put some formulas on control when the user hovers it...
But on my side, I was thinking more of a OnHover event that would exist on each type of control... That way, we could implement actions or special behaviors when a control would be hovered.
Our users could really use an OnHover event.
A mouse click for our users is an added action that often is timely and inefficient.
A simple OnHover could solve a lot of our usage-related issues.
Adding a new OnHover property with ability to add formula would enable the state of the controls to be changed.Please "up vote" the following request: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Power-Apps-Ideas/Hover-amp-Unhover-which-can-update-other-contro...
Update: I understand that PowerApps was originally developed as a platform for low-code Mobile development and "Hover" was not an option. This requirement has however changed since the introduction of pressure sensitive screens and developing PowerApps for desktop machines.