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how can i change a different element when i hover on an element?

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Jul 29, 2017

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I have a graphic element. Using the hover functionality I can change this element when the user hovers on.

But I also want to change the background graphic when the user hovers on the element.

So basically the user hovers on 1 element, and I want to change 2 elements at once.

I once came across a plugin to do this, but can;t find it

any help or ideas?

Thanks

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Correct answer by fotoroeder | Adobe Community Professional

You could follow this thread: Re: curious about this with rollover

Maybe this helps?

There´s even a file to download and some correction advice from Pavel, but this depends on what you want.

The solution might be the so called STATE BUTTON WIDGET out of the box from Muse.

You could help us if you get more precise of what you want to achieve, though.

Best Regards,

Uwe

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how can i change a different element when i hover on an element?

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I have a graphic element. Using the hover functionality I can change this element when the user hovers on.

But I also want to change the background graphic when the user hovers on the element.

So basically the user hovers on 1 element, and I want to change 2 elements at once.

I once came across a plugin to do this, but can;t find it

any help or ideas?

Thanks

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Correct answer by fotoroeder | Adobe Community Professional

You could follow this thread: Re: curious about this with rollover

Maybe this helps?

There´s even a file to download and some correction advice from Pavel, but this depends on what you want.

The solution might be the so called STATE BUTTON WIDGET out of the box from Muse.

You could help us if you get more precise of what you want to achieve, though.

Best Regards,

Uwe

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If I read your description correctly, use a standard state button for this:

The state of every element you put into this button is triggered, when you „touch“ the button with the cursor.

You can for example change the colour of one element, and/or make another element visible (normal state: 0 %, mouseover: opacity: 100%) or change the image fill of a third element state-wise.

As I said: All elements within a state button change their state, when the state button itself is triggered.

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You could follow this thread: Re: curious about this with rollover

Maybe this helps?

There´s even a file to download and some correction advice from Pavel, but this depends on what you want.

The solution might be the so called STATE BUTTON WIDGET out of the box from Muse.

You could help us if you get more precise of what you want to achieve, though.

Best Regards,

Uwe

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