I have created several popups on a page, they open up once you click on a button and close down once you press the X button.
I would like to determine that only one popup will be open at a time so once the user open a popup and opens another one, the previous will be closed down.
How can I do it?
You should place your pop-ups in a multi-state object. Each one that pops up will make the previous one disappear.
Keep your buttons on the layout, set each one with "go to state...".
I think it works.
Here Brian (see min 4.15) use this solution for popup. It's good and easy but i have 2 question:
1) whay this solution work over a scrollable full image background? This popoup solution is a simply MSO + buttons - not overlay. Is this correct?
2) i want to know if there is a solution to close the popup re-tabbing on the transparent button (i mean: 1 tap on the button i open the popup - another tap on the same button i close the popup). It's a solution very elegant and more fast.
Bob, have you an idea?:)
1. I don't understand the question. Buttons and MSOs are overlays.
2. Yes, you can tap one button to show and hide the object. The trick is to use Go To Next State instead of Go To State. In Brian's video, using Go To Next State would let the user tap the logo to show and hide the larger image.
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