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Topic: Control the appearance of buttons with pdfmark
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 52364
From: infosatz
Date: 5/29/2002 04:51 PM

Hi,
the code below uses a formxobject that is put into the button when the appearance state ist changed. The Reference says (page 88 of pdfspec) that: 'if the N,R or D values are not dictionaries, then they must be FormXObjects'. Well, thats ok. But what I want is to write the dictionary and that's the problem. What is the correct code to put into instead of the {eCalc} and {reCalc} formXObjects.

The main goal is to Highlight with one sensitive field a couple of other fields. (mouse over effects) There are lots of and so I need the pdfmark solution.

Thanks for your help.

%% Button which is changed by the setstate command of the link below: 

[	/Rect [0 500 300 550]
	/T (PB3)			% Name
	/Subtype /Widget 
	/FT /Btn 
	/Ff 65536
	/H /N /AS /Dark 		% Appearance state = /Dark
	/AP << /N 
		<< 	/Dark  {eCalc}
			/Light {reCalc} 
		>> 
	>>
/ANN pdfmark

%% Links 
[	/Rect [0 300 300 350]
	/Subtype /Link
	/Color [ 1 0 0 ]
	/H /O
	/Action << /S /SetState /T (PB3) /AS /Light
		/Next <> >>
/ANN pdfmark


[	/Rect [0 200 300 250]
	/Subtype /Link 
	/Color [ 1 0 0 ] 
	/H /O
	/Action << /S /SetState /T (PB3) /AS /Dark 
		/Next <> >>
/ANN pdfmark


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