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Topic: How can I make an image visible after execute a button (mouseup action)?
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 161331
From: ducnarrx
Date: 7/22/2007 01:55 AM

Iīm sorry, this is my second thread to this problem ...
My initial pdf contains a visible button, an invisible image and some code of javascipt. I would like to implement a "function" so that my button "activates (mouseup action)" the image, so the status of the image change from invisible to visible. I found only some related examples which use checkboxes instead of buttons but I canīt transfer the solution for me.

I use Acrobat Prof. 8 and the corresponding Live Cycle Designer 8.

Any help is much appreciated.

Some Ideas:
- it is possible to underlay image with javascript?
- using different subforms, the first for the button (which set a global variable) and the second which comes up when the global variable is set?
- etc, etc.

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