I'm designing a luminaire digital catalog, that will be published as EPUB 3 Fixed Layout.
I have the following problem with stacked buttons:
There are a navigation menu, that appears with an animation when I click on the button "+":
( The action used is "Show and Hide buttons", all the menu is a big button )
Then, the menu with other luminaires options shows out:
But, all the buttons bellow the nav menu just doesn't work anyways:
I've searched all the internet about this, but the only answers that I found was about stacking order in interative PDFs.
But, it's not the same case, I don't have problems with the order, but with the function.
Anyone can help me?
Sounds like a multi state object would be a far better choice for this.
I didn't think on use multi state object because I've got just one object. But your tip get me to research it, and I found this:
"Every state in an MSO must have at least one page item in it. So, if you need a state that consists of “nothing”, you will need to create a frame that has no fill and no stroke, and add that to the state. This is a common technique for creating “pop-up” or “overlay” boxes that appear on the screen when a button is tapped."
I created a "nothing" frame to make a MSO and as magic I have the menu and all buttons working.
Thank you so much!