Has anybody had any experience with a hover or mouse-over function in a text document? We see that this option is valuable in a graph. Specifically, we want to return a translation when hovering over a two digit code.
Thanks in advance,
|<Pietro De Santis>|
For $20 I can sell you an example of how to that in an HTML report, but it won't help with a graph.
For graphs, you may be able to play with the Java settings. You will most likely need the Perspective for Java Programmer�s Manual, I'm not sure if it's on the IBI site.
-*-- Hover / Mouseover example using html title --------------------------------
-*-- (Note that this has been tested on IE 5 and 6 only)
-SET &TITLE_MSG =
DEFINE FILE CAR
IF COUNTRY IN ('FRANCE', 'W GERMANY', 'ITALY', 'ENGLAND') THEN 'Europe' ELSE
IF COUNTRY IN ('JAPAN') THEN 'Asia' ELSE '???';
' CONTINENT | '''>' | COUNTRY | '';
TABLE FILE CAR
MOUSEOVER AS '&TITLE_MSG'
MODEL AS 'Model'
BY COUNTRY NOPRINT
ON TABLE PCHOLD FORMAT HTML
ENDThis message has been edited. Last edited by: <Mabel>,
We do this the same way, just directly:
SUM DOLLARS AS
'< span title="Big bucks &TODAY">dollars< /span>'
You can drop &vars right in to the title, if you like. We learned this from Mikel, on this board. Thanks Mikel.
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