Forgive me if this is a basic question. I've been using prototyping tools now for about 3 hours and have only tried Indigo.
I have a Winform with a list box more or less set up as an Explorer bar. I want to click one of four or five options in it and have a different container display in the open area to the right of the listbox.
I have a container with some text and a few checkboxes right now. I think I need to set it initially to 100% transparent but I am having problems with making it 0% transparent when I click an item in the listbox. I think I need to create a new state but I am not sure where I should go with it. I've watched a few of the videos but I am not sure how to create a state out of what I am working on.
Can anyone point me in the right direction? TIA rasinc.
If I understand you correctly, you need to:
I'm attaching a .zip file with a screen that shows the result of what I just described, in case I'm not understanding what you wanted to achieve.
Let us know how it goes!
Thank you Andres for the quick response and sample. It worked great. I think I understand it better now.
Just in case you did not find it, there's an introduction on working with states here http://indigo.infragistics.com/help/adding-your-first-interaction.html and a more complete explanation here http://indigo.infragistics.com/help/understanding-screen-interactions-flows.html
Thank you again. I'll go through those.