Button States

Feb 06, 2019

I have created a button, and have made the default state Disabled.  I want to create a duplicate of the Disabled button, which I have down, however, it isn't disabled as is the original Disabled state.  How can I make it an actual disabled button as well?

7 Replies
Wade Crabtree

Here's what I have created:

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As each button is viewed, I have it change from Normal state (blue) to
Visited state (green). However, the 3rd button, "Acquistion Costs for
Construction Perm," is never to be a blue (Normal) state. But, I want it
to appear as if it's a Normal state. That's why I created a new Disabled
state - it would be blue, but not active. Then the buttons 1, 2, and 3
would be the active buttons. When the buttons 1, 2, and 3 are all visited,
then the "Acquistion Costs for Construction Perm" would change to green
(Visited). Make sense?


Leslie McKerchie

I understand, Wade.

I'm curious why you cannot use the built-in disabled state for what you would like to do?

My only thought is that once you change that button to Visited, then it looks like you could click on it. If you place a Hotspot over that shape and remove the 'Show Hand Cursor on Hover' option then you will not see this:

I'm attaching my example. Feel free to edit or point me in the direction you're heading if you need additional help with this.

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