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Problem by using Container Component Popup

Jan 09, 2017 at 12:46 PM

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Hi all.

I am using Design Studio 1.6 and created an origin report page which includes some popup windows which can be opened by clicking buttons.

To manage opening an closing the popups I am using the following global script:

if(popupName.isShowing()){
popupName.hide();}
else{popupName.show();}

However, when I close the popup the buttons on the origin report page do not work anymore.

Does anyone has an idea?

BR
Christian

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Also, what are the properties of the Popup? You can use the image icon to upload. Where are you placing this code? At Start-up?

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2 Answers

Poovarasan Boopalan Jan 09, 2017 at 01:33 PM
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Hi Christian,

Can you be more specific on what happens to your report or give some screen shots?

And are you using the same button to open and close the pop-up?

If yes how so, because when pop-up screen is visible the button cannot be clicked.

If no you can just use POPUP.show(); to make it visible.

Hide it using auto-close option in it or using a button in pop-up.

Thanks,

Poovarasan

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Christian Lorenz Jan 18, 2017 at 03:18 PM
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Hi,

the start buttons to open the popup is on start page.

The popups (in total 6 different ones) crossfade the start page. Within the popups I do have additional links and graphs and so on.
Each popup has a close button to close seperatly.

The start buttons as well as the close buttons relate to the same script mentioned above (on Click event).

However at the time I used the close button, no start button on start page works anymore.

Some more details can be find in the attachments.

Thanks for any help.


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