How do I hide only one slide object from a given parameter?
I don't think you can; Hide When conditions apply to the entire slider (or tab control), not individual ones.
I've started using the button bar tied to a scripted go to (panel). I don't allow getting there otherwise. This allows me to hide the button that might go to the panel, and/or just script a HALT condition, so it doesn't go there.
Note that what beverly is describing is essentially an "enhanced tab control". It can look and function much like a tab control but you the developer now have more options for the appearance, visibility and function of your "tab labels" (button bar).
Thanks, Beverly. This’s a good idea. It worked.
Yes, I understand, but for now it's up to me. I know that depending on the
handling an error may occur, but okay. thanks.
sorry for my bad english, but I don’t speak english.
You may post in any language in which you are more comfortable. There are even several versions of the Help topics we can reference.
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Depending on your need, one option is to create a series of single-panel slide controls and stack them. This method:
1. Allows you to set separate hide conditions for each
2. Works OK for a small number of panels but would get a bit messy to develop if the stack was too big
3. Requires a separate control method—say, a button bar—to navigate between them and perhaps control hide/reveal
4. Can work well if carefully applied. One instance where I have used this method is a Contacts layout where contacts are either Individual or Business. I have some fields that are only relevant to Individuals (first name, last name for example) and some that are only relevant for Business (e.g. company name, company number, trading name). To handle this I have the fields on separate slide controls with only there relevant one visible.
Thanks, Beverly. I’m so grateful.
Thanks. I’ll try this.
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