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- How to Use InDesign: Mouse Rollovers
- Adobe InDesign Interactive Digital Publishing
- PDF Techniques for WCAG 2.0
We learnt in previous tips to create buttons, add roll over effects.
How to Use InDesign: Mouse Rollovers
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Did you know? Learn how how to use InDesign to make interactive rollover buttons and effects. I focus on the popular user interaction of hover, also known as mouseover or rollover. For this tutorial on interactive InDesign mouse rollovers , I want a byline caption to appear when the user hovers over a photo. When placing images on the InDesign document, align the photo passive images directly behind their matching byline active images. By the end of the button creation, these positions will reverse.
Adobe InDesign Interactive Digital Publishing
Login Register. Welcome to the in5 Answer Exchange! Questions Unanswered Tags Ask a Question. Step 2 Next, I built the overlapping object [a text box with an answer] on layer 2, turned it into a button with "Hidden Until Triggered" set to yes. I tested this file as an interactive PDF, successfully. When the "question" text was clicked, the "answer" text on layer 2 "replaced" the old text by becoming visible and overlapping the question text on layer 1. When I exported this same file to HTML5, only the layer 2 "answer" text is visible, and nothing is clickable.
In my recent postings on creating buttons in interactive PDF, I gave some tips on creating buttons. A question on the Adobe InDesign Forum reminded me of another. I have been tasked to produce a product that will consist of a interactive map of sorts in a PDF format. The map will consist of about 80 locations marked with a small circle and the city name with contact information for particular individuals. If anyone could help me figure this out it would save me an immense amount of time.
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Then, I posted about showing and hiding objects in interactive PDF. Finally, I added But, in InDesign, show/hide buttons cannot control the visibility of layers.
PDF Techniques for WCAG 2.0
Then, I posted about showing and hiding objects in interactive PDF. Finally, I added some other PDF button tips. I have a series of buttons that reveal hidden graphics. One of those hidden graphics is a background layer, in a separate layer, that should appear when a button is clicked. It is showing up, but in front of all other content, even though the layer is in the background.
Graphic Design Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for Graphic Design professionals, students, and enthusiasts. It only takes a minute to sign up. The normal state is a circle, so if I move the mouse over it, an info box pops up. That is a nice feature in an interactive PDF presentation where you want to inform somebody about something.