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Agentry Application. Put Image Label under the Image.

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Agentry Application allows to create Embedded Image Control on the Screen with Text Label.

Is it possible to arrange an Image Label under the Image.

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    Apr 08, 2016 at 03:01 PM


    Second screenshot is incorrect.

    Image Field has a text property - Label.

    where I can put description of the Image but it doesn't have properties to set a position for the Label.

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  • Apr 08, 2016 at 02:49 PM


    Hi. What do you mean by an Image Label? Is it a picture or an actual text under the image?

    For Agentry layout design, it is like designing a web page. You need to break the screen into your rows and columns. You may try to see if you have an image in row 1, column 1 but the text image or image label at row 2, column 1.

    | Image1 | - row 1, column 1


    | image label | - row 2, column 1

    For more information on how to do this you may review:

    1) How to add a logo in an Agentry screen - this will hopefully teach you how to create columns or rows on dividing the screen accordingly. The goal is to study your screen layout and divide them into areas where you want to put pictures and so forth. This is similar to a web site design frame subject.

    Design screens with a logo as a header with embedded buttons fully integrated - SAP Mobility - SCN Wiki

    2) If you are an SAP ES customer you may study this video tutorial on designing a screen in addition to the link above.…

    Best Regards,

    SAP Mobile Support Team

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    • Konstantin,

      Just to add to my comments above - in SAP we have a product team (with UI designer) who is in charge of making screens pretty and they play with the editor column/row design (+ they actually create the picture to fit accordingly + masking certain colors) to make the screen seamless. If we compare this to your example picture, you will notice a slight difference in background color between your background color and your button icons. There are advance techniques you need to do here but it is all tied to if you are a UI designer or have access to products like Adobe Illustrator.

      If you are an all in one designer (including a UI designer - with background in creating custom size icons in all the Adobe product lines - Illustrator, Photoshop, others - knows color matching) then you may need to play with merging columns and rows to fit your image + plus color merging.

      The capabilities is in the Agentry editor (you can specify the size of the columns or based in on % percentage - column 3 is 40% of the screen or X characters - or color masking - I can't remember the details anymore - haven't done it in years). At best when I created the tutorial in the first link above, I did only a simple tutorial. I realized making a complex screen layout (lots of pictures/text with different sizes) is harder to do due to I need to have an exact image size based on how I want to design the screen. So in our case, we just give it to the UI team to do all the work.


      Mark Pe
      SAP Platinum Support Engineer