Chuckamuck

Sorry! I will post in freeway talk from now on.

Well, I would like to have the image in a scroll viewer, but when a person clicks on the image on the scroll viewer, I would like it to enlarge and pop up on the side of it. The only way the image would change, would be if they clicked on a different image in teh scroll viewer and then that would pop up on the side replacing the first image.

Am I confusing you?


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Wow, I get my own thread header! :slight_smile:

Nope, I understand. If you are using Freeway Pro then you can do this with the Target Show/Hide Image action and the Rollover action.

You basically need to draw out graphic objects for your popups then import your images into them. Once you do that, select each object and apply the Target Show/Hide Image action to each one. In the action settings window set the “initial” option to “hidden” for each image object. Also, set a different target# sequentially for each image (1,2,3,etc.). If you want them to all appear in the same spot on the page, select them all and use the Align option under the Item menu to center them to each other.

Now you need to set your rollover objects to trigger the pop ups. Select each trigger object in your scroll list and apply the Rollover action to each one. In the action settings window under “Parameters” set the mouseover# to the target# of each corresponding popup object.

That’s it. When previewed each rollover on the left should trigger the corresponding popup to appear on the right.

You can select each popup object to work on from the page list on the left side of Freeway window so don’t worry about not being able to click on them directly in the work area.

Make sense?


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