I Want To Add Drip Down Value List Or Something Else On My Button , I Want When My User Push This Button See Layout Project With Drop Down Under That Button Very Small & Beautiful
Usa a popover instead of a button to accomplish what you want.
No I don't like that way , i have only that way?
Since a popover gives you exactly what you asked to have, you need to give more details on why a popover won't work.
If you say "i don't like it" you need to explain why.
A popover button can look exactly like the button in your screen shot but display either a value list or a selection portal when you click it.
Your button could also use go to field or go to object to put the cursor inside a field hidden behind the button.
can i send you my project ?
because popover button is huge & resize my project i want when i click on
the button i just have 3 little name on it like drop down
Not true. A popover is whatever size you make It.
And I suggest that you stop asking others to fix your solutions for you. Learn by doing it for yourself.
i know with popover button can do that but i think maybe someone do this
work with another way my friend.
Search for a developer nearer to you:
If DIY (do it yourself) will not work:
Yes you only have that way: popover.
Which by the way can be resized to EXACTLY the size of the data you want to show, as you've been told.
See enclosed example.
If you want a harder way to do this. Use a Hide Object in the inspector to hide the objects you want to pop up and then use the button to set a value that will make the objects visible.
You could use a Pop-up menu (Drop-down list can be used too, but Pop-up menu is better).
Resize the field in such a way that only the arrow is visible.
aliabbassipro wrote: because popover button is huge & resize my project i want when i click onthe button i just have 3 little name on it like drop down
This reply suggest you have not really investigated what control you have over the appearance and deployment of popovers. Before pursuing this further I suggest you do the following:
1. Draw a popover button on a layout—it can be any button on any layout, but I suggest you make a blank layout to test things on.
2. Try out the various controls you have—resizing the button itself, resizing the popover panel, trying out the various controls available on the Popover Button Setup dialog.
3. Only after you have done some of that by yourself, come back to this forum and ask specific questions that will help you over specific sticking points.
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