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The State of the Button
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A button whether a single object or a group can display three variations, depending on the user s interaction The appearances, called button states, include: Normal, the way a button looks on a page unless the mouse is within its area Rollover, the way a button looks when the user moves the mouse over the button s bounding box Click, the way a button looks once the user has clicked and released the mouse over the button s bounding box area You don t need to use all three states For example, you might only want to use Normal and Click states, in which case the button object has two groups (one for each state) instead of three
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CHAPTER 19:
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Change the Appearance of a Button s States
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To configure the Rollover and Click states, follow these steps: 1 Select the button on the page with the Selection tool You ll see the button identified in the Buttons panel (see Figure 19-1) 2 Click [Rollover] in the Buttons panel to activate the Rollover state Now you ll see a copy of the Normal appearance in the Rollover section of the panel 3 Make the changes as desired to the button s appearance, like the inner shadow in the example shown in Figure 19-1 4 Click [Click] to activate the Click state, which copies the Normal state appearance to the Click state Again, make changes as desired to the button s appearance In the example, the arrow uses an outer glow Once the buttons appearances are complete, you can add the actions
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FIGURE 19-1 Configure the appearance for each button state
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Assign Events and Actions to Buttons
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Something has to happen to initiate an action in a document The something is an event When your user moves the mouse over your button, they see the Rollover appearance; when they click the button, they see the Click appearance The mouse movements that trigger the changes in the appearance are the events Along with visual changes on the page, you can attach actions that occur with the mouse actions
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When the user clicks your button, they see the Click appearance In order for the button to have value, attach one or more actions that occur as the user releases the mouse after clicking the button,
How to Do Everything: Adobe InDesign CS4
such as opening a file Follow these steps to choose an event and its actions: 1 Select the button using the Selection tool You ll see its name in the Buttons panel 2 Click the Event drop-down list, and select an event, such as On Release 3 Click the Actions plus sign to open a list of actions The list offers many choices, as you see here 4 Click the action you want to assign to the event Depending on the action, you ll see different choices in the panel A few actions, such as Go To Next or Go To Previous, don t have any settings 5 Add additional actions to the event if you like; add additional events and actions as desired
Use the Sample Button Library
InDesign CS4 offers the Sample Buttons panel, an object library shown in Figure 19-2 The panel displays as part of the Interactivity workspace Otherwise, you can choose Sample Buttons from the Buttons panel s menu to open the panel Drag the button you want to use from the panel, and drop it on the page The panel includes several dozen preconfigured buttons you can use The buttons contain effects for identifying different states as well as actions All the left-pointing arrow buttons include a Go To Previous Page action, while the right-facing arrow offers a Go To Next Page action
FIGURE 19-2 Use preconfigured buttons from the library
CHAPTER 19:
Create Buttons and Flash
How to
Modify Button Actions
Your buttons and their actions aren t static Select the button with the Selection tool Here are some changes you can make: Deselect the check box for an action to deactivate it for testing If you re not sure if you want to keep an action, deselect it and test it, rather than deleting it outright Select an action in the list, and click the minus sign next to the Actions label to delete the action Your actions are easy to edit Select the appropriate event from the drop-down list, select the action in the list, and then modify the settings Drag-and-drop the actions in the list to reorder the sequence in which they are applied
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