- Is there a way to have the "over" or "down" state stay active once a button is selected, even after the mouse is no longer over or down on this button? I've tried several things but no luck..
- From the above mentioned tutorial I noticed that when examining the final design ("main.html", how it should look & behave), that the first button has already been selected, and doesn't respond to a first mouse click. So, once a button is selected, it doesn't give a response on mouse down after the initial click (as to me it should be). However, when clicking on a different button, and then go back and click on the initial button, it does give a mouse down response. But only once. To me it appears that there are two "modes" a button can be in: start-up, and one mode once a button has been selected. Is this true, and how can I get the same result as the tutorial?
If you uncheck your button's 'Enabled' property in the properties panel (screenshot below) the button will show as 'disabled'. You can change a button's Enabled property from state to state.
You can modify the look of the button's disabled state to appear as you'd like by double clicking the button component. The up, over down and disabled states will appear. This is how I accomplished the button behavior in the Getting Started tutorial.
Let me know if you need more clarification.
Thanks Tanya, I completely overlooked this "enabled" button!
It now works!