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Hover & Unhover which can update other controls and properties

Hello,

 

I would like to see a "OnHover" property for media, icons, buttons, etc. Ideally this property would allow you to control other properties when your mouse hovers over an element, and control what happens when the mouse "unhovers" from the element.

 

Original question thread: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/General-Discussion/Is-there-anyway-to-create-a-hover-or-mouse-ov...

 

 

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MetodioTrend
Frequent Visitor

yes definately would be great

SilentUK
Advocate II

+1.  Slide out menus and making buttons bigger when you hover over them would be a fantastic addition 

rmtdev
Regular Visitor

I, too, would like to see an "OnHover" property for media, icons, buttons, etc. Was just searching for a way to "make do" but would love to have the functionality built in.

Siôn
Regular Visitor

Adding a new OnHover property with ability to add formula would enable the state of the controls to be changed.

I recon this would also resolve this request too: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Power-Apps-Ideas/Allow-hover-state-to-be-used-in-formula/idi-p/1...

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.

vermaaman282
Regular Visitor

same here!!

Jawsch
Frequent Visitor

I'm amazed this wasn't already a thing...It's just as useful and necessary as OnSelect and others

EmilyWinonaIT
Advocate II

This would be perfect for "information" icon functionality for specific fields in the app!

3ation
Resolver I

Me too, Powerapps is behind the times without OnHover, and OnScroll notifications so we can write good apps

 

R2Power
New Member

Please add this. Button.Pressed already exists so pleeeease add Button.OnHover!

jblomberg
Frequent Visitor

This seems like a very basic requirement to create apps with great UI-usability. We have to go far for further than an extra mile now to get the same results... and actually they're not really the same results. 

 

It'd incredibly helpful to see this implemented!