hi, one way to do this is to have an invisible button on top of a multistate object that advances it to the next state (or whatever state you name it). You'll notice in National Geographic that you don't ahve to click exactly on the button to get the text to pop up.
So state one would be the plus sign, state 2 would be your caption text and your minus sign. The invisible button would encompass the button area, or a larger area. make sense?
Thanks so much, I was thinking about it all wrong. The button is invisible and the icon is part of the MSO...brilliant. Thank you again, now if I could just get the rest of this thing to work!
Thanks from me as well, as I was trying to replicate exactly that NG's behaviour. Neat trick!
Please could you somehow explain more for me? I have a button that when pressed makes an MSO appear, I just want to be able to make this MSO disappear when another button on th MSO is pressed. PLease help this is driving me crazy.
Being inmersed in this thing, I am gathering some instructions and notes about very basic DPS things for our working team use and my Spanish speakers readers. Here you have the first one: Cómo hacer que un pie de foto se muestre al pulsar encima de la imagen en InDesign para DPS
They are based in Bob Bringhusrt's DPS tips —thanks a lot!—, what I have read in this forum and the Adobe's help data.
There's a translate button that works quite fine.
Is that of any help? Hope so
Gustavo (Posting from heat-melting Madrid)