#1 Re: Topics related with App Builder » Can I call other control's Event? » 2017-09-27 20:06:15

Thanks will do! - that Javascript may also come in very handy as an alternative to the 'Label for' also... smile

#2 Re: Topics related with App Builder » Can I call other control's Event? » 2017-09-27 19:34:38

That's great! It seems to do what I am after, thanks. Going to test it a little more. I have the label wrapped around a table within the 'Html Control' Visual Input field. It messed with the layout a bit until the first entry in the table is acquired ie. Input1; but am sure I'll figure it out.
Will also look at the 'z-index' CSS rule. I had the test app fail opening up the local file browser on older devices but seemed to work fine on newer ones. Do you have an app sample or tutorial that demonstrates or refers to this 'CSS rule'?

Thanks again David, App Builder is awesome!

#3 Re: Topics related with App Builder » Can I call other control's Event? » 2017-09-26 22:39:00

Thanks for getting back so quickly. Currently I have my 'File Control' named 'Input1' placed outside the viewable area. In the view I have a 'Label Control' with 'Input1' in the Visual Input field in the properties nothing else. This opens up the users local file browser when you select the label at runtime.
I would like to remove the 'Label Control' and replace it with a 'Html Control' to achieve the same result at runtime! My intention is to use an array connected to the 'Html Control' to fire multiple 'Input File Controls'.

#4 Re: Topics related with App Builder » Can I call other control's Event? » 2017-09-26 20:14:50

Hello David,

I've looked at a couple of your examples including 'SimulatePress', however I can't seem to find any reference to how you would fire the 'File Control' the same way a 'Label Control' would by putting the 'File Control' Behaviour Name into the 'Label Control' Visual Input field.
If JS is the way, is a variation on the following code whats needed 'window.App.NewView1.Scope.Input1Click();' or is the 'File Control's 'Input1.Event' the better approach?
The goal is (by adding variables) to use one 'HTML Control' to select more than one file (one after the other using multiple 'File Controls') on the users local storage.
Any help would be much appreciated.

#5 Re: Topics related with App Builder » Applying External Media To Media Player... » 2016-02-13 09:14:56

Hey thanks David. Was thinking i'd missed something when trying to fill the media player source with variables. I'll certainly keep an eye out for when this feature is incorporated out of the box.
Thanks again for the great software.
Webz

#6 Topics related with App Builder » Applying External Media To Media Player... » 2016-02-12 05:39:21

webz
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Hello

Firstly thanks for making available such a great application. I'm a real noobie to this so please bare with me in case i'm missing the obvious. I thought I might find a sample file that would help me understand what I would need to do to achieve adding individual external audio tracks to the 'MediaPlayer' object from within the app.

Essentially I would like to achieve what you have with the "Storage" sample but with audio instead of images. However, I can't seem to get it to function or except the 'SetAttribute' to the 'MediaPlayer' for one audio file never mind the several I would like to call for use in the app.

Could you point me to the relevant sample or the correct 'Tools' and 'Actions' needed to give that functionality?

Thanks
Webz

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