5 Replies Latest reply on Feb 25, 2009 3:29 PM by raybaudi

    Mouse Over

    snkm

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      Mouse Over

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      How do I get a small message to appear when the user mouses over a button?

        • 1. Re: Mouse Over
          TSNanner
            

          Hello snkm,

           

          In order to create tooltips on layout objects such as buttons you would need to have FileMaker Pro Advanced. Regular FileMaker Pro users will be able to see the tooltips once you add them, but you cannot create tooltips in FileMaker Pro.

           

          If you have Pro Advanced, you need to go into Layout Mode (Win: Ctrl+L or Mac: Command+L) and then highlight the layout object you would like to add a tooltip to. Next go to the Format Menu and click "Set Tooltip". You should now see a window where you can specify what you want your tooltip to say.

           

           

          TSNanner

          FileMaker, Inc.

          • 2. Re: Mouse Over
            raybaudi
              

            New features in FileMaker Pro 10

             

            •  Layout object tooltips — You can now use FileMaker Pro to add descriptive text that appears when users move the pointer over layout objects in Browse or Find modes. See Adding tooltips on layouts.

            • 3. Re: Mouse Over
              davidhead
                 To be clear about what Daniele has posted - the ability to create and edit tooltips is now a feature of both FileMaker Pro and FileMaker Pro Advanced in version 10.
              • 4. Re: Mouse Over
                TSNanner
                  

                Ah yes thank you raybaudi!

                 

                It slipped my mind that we brought this feature to Pro when we released FileMaker 10.

                 

                 

                TSNanner

                FileMaker, Inc.

                • 5. Re: Mouse Over
                  raybaudi
                    

                  uLearnIT wrote:
                  To be clear about what Daniele has posted ...

                  I was vague on purpose ;)