Add Buttons To Page Template Kwik Book App
Open your project into Photoshop and select page1 from the list of pages in the Kwik panel. In the Page/Components section of the Kwik panel, you should see "@ page1" at the top of the section.
- Select the layer containing the Default state button graphic (kwkbackbtn).
- Select the Interactions icon in the Category row.
- Select the Add Button tool in the next row to open the dialog box.
- Kwik generates a name for the button but we will rename this button "back_pg".
- Default State: Layer kwkbackbtn
The graphic on the kwkbackbtn layer will be the Default state for our button.
- Over State: Layer kwkbackbtn
The graphic on the kwkbackbtn layer will be the Over state for our button.
- This button's action will be to go to another page. Therefore our best choice is to use the Go to Page option.
When selecting this option from the list, we get a small pop-up dialog box. In the Go to Page dialog box we have several options.
- Page Transition: We have several choices in the drop-down list. Because we are creating our own page turn animation, lets choose None from this list. If you don't want to use the page turn animation, the Over from Right is a good choice.
- Wait: We have the option to delay the switch to the next page. Keep the default of 0 seconds.
- Select Page: We do not want to send the reader to a specific page number. We just want to move to whatever is the previous page. We will use the Previous (auto) option.
- Click Create to go back to the Add Button dialog box.
Now, you will see the Go to Page action listed in the Actions panel.
- Click Create to finalize the button.
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These tutorials are for the older version of Kwik 2 and may not be much help when using Kwik 3 and above. If you are having trouble, please use the Kwik forum.
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