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here is the thing, I'm trying to associate a gauge chart whit an object (a simple table, in this case), whit an action.
So I choose to restore an object when clicking on the chart, that's ok, but when I did that, my chart whent minimized, so I can't open my object by clicking on the chart associated, whitout minimize on of the objects, I would like to open and minimize my associated table, whitout stirring at my graphic, can somebody help me?
Are you minimizing, or using the conditional Show/Hide options. Creating an action on the chart that sets a variable that will show and hide your table, might be a better way to go.
Just a thought. Maybe you could post your file, then we could have a better frame of reference.
If I understand your requirements, this should do it. It is just conditionally displaying an object, based on setting a variable. In this case, you set the variable by clicking on the gauge.
Thank you Nate, it was helpful...
but, using the expression you told me, when I click on the chart, the action will, SHOW or HIDE the variable based on a condition.
But i want it to minimaze, and maximaze when clicking on the chart.
See how is my document now, if it's helpful
If you take a look at the Actions, there is a Layout Action for Minimize and Maximize. I don't know if those will meet your needs, but they would allow you to EITHER Minimize OR Maximize another object but clicking on the object.
Take a look and let me know if those will help.
Yeah, I tried with it already, but the problem is, i can put like 2 actions on my chart, but when I clik on it, the actions will run simultaneosly , if the actions are, minimize and maximize, nothing will happend, because the chart will minimaze end maximaze at the same time, so it won't work.
The only other solution that I can think of, would be to make 2 small buttons, and position them on top of your chart. You can set the buttons to always be on top, and then each button could have a separate action. See the attached example