I've recently discovered layout objects with eyes staring back at me.
I've attached a picture showing two different faces.
big brother, be careful because if he hears you, you're off to room 101
The eye shows when the "Hide object when..." feature is being used.
Don't know why you have two.
The eye shows when the "Hide object when..." feature is being used. Don't know why you have two.
You can set the property for object and object group.
Oooooh, that's good. How many objects in your group?
I created my faces using a single text object that has a script attached
The gotcha is that attaching a script brings in a second "hide object" calc. The calc attached to the text object is the one that controls the object behaviour but the calc that is associated with the button is the one which is visible and editable.
There are 3 objects.
Set 'hide...' for field 't', then make a group of text label 't' and field 't'. Now I can set 'hide...' for group.
Put another text 'tcode' on left side at the group and make it to new group. This make 3rd eye.
(The text 't' also has a little eye...)
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