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Yes, but not with a double click. You can add a hyperlink to an object by right clicking it, and choosing Create Link. Then in the HREF box in the Object Attributes, type the full path and file name of the other file you wish to link to. For example: C:\Users\YourUserName\Desktop\test.svg To use the link, right click the object, and choose Follow Link. ...


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according to my view fa-eye for show & fa-eye-slash for hide is best for something to show and hide. available font icon at : http://fontawesome.io/icons/ you can also able to apply the color on icon. but you want to show or hide sub-menu than use other icon like plus,minus,down-arrow,up-arrow


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Acrobat Pro has had forms with calculations a long time. It's not freeware, but quite a premium piece of software. Search for "PDF form calculations" or "PDF forms with calculations", You get plenty of quidance to choose from. An example: https://acrobatusers.com/tutorials/print/how-to-do-not-so-simple-form-calculations The same search gives also several ...


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I think adding a general pattern to the overall rectangle would solve the issue of displaying the transparency of the overlay, without the unbalanced feeling of your #3. I realize these start to cross the line of simplicity in a wireframe. These are merely examples to show the thought behind the idea. I'd work on better refining the idea to a more ...


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Yes, you can do this using buttons. You can set up a button to display an image (or anything a PDF page can be). Using either a bit of JavaScript or Show/Hide field actions, you can display the larger button, which is normally hidden, when the thumbnail button is clicked or the mouse is over the thumbnail. The larger button would then revert to hidden when ...


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Grouping both objects into the same button (even if the grouped version is only visible during the Rollover State) turns the total area of both objects and the space between them into the Rollover Area. To avoid this, create two separate buttons, and have one button "control" the other: Turn the rectangle pop-up into its own button called Rectangle, and ...


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in my experience it is best to draw these up using good old pencil and paper. I find that using a digital tool too much really doesn't get to the core of the wireframe and usually end up with the same result for each website. Gather your notes Grab a pen and pencil Draw out some ideas on paper Once happy and have a clear view then use a tool like Balsamiq. ...


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In 2020! This is now available using components and states, you no longer require multiple artboards to perform micro-interactions as seen in the images below. You can create a component, add multiple variations (states) to it, and wire it to mimic real-world user behaviour (without having to copy your components multiple times). Having components with ...


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There are probably many ways of doing this. If you're already familiar with After Effects, you can use it to create your SVG animations and export them with the help of the Bodymovin AE Plugin (~ USD 20). It will create a JSON file with the animation, that can be triggered by Javascript then. Here's a tutorial


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(300*500) pixels * 20bit/pixel = 3000000 bits. At 8 bits per byte that is 375 kb. The DPI is, as almost always, a red herring.


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I currently use Sketch, and have been using the basic interactivity tools there; I've just been looking at both of these apps in fact. Looks like one obvious difference is that Principle is Mac OS only, whereas ProtoPie is Mac and Windows. The major functional difference I see is in the sharing of a prototype - Principle sends a proprietary filetype, via ...


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I'm afraid that could not happen. The algorithm and the technique they are using to handle the motions and timeline is all based on the differences on start and finishing point of each object. For example : I have a 40px X 40px Square and if I wanted to make it a circle with animation, all I have to do is draw a square on the first artboard and a circle on ...


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It's possible yes. But it's not really an effective way to get orders. As you posted, a web site is much more feasible, in addition to being device/software agnostic in general. I actually had a client want something similar. To use InDesign you'd have to export to a PDF with form fields for the quantities. Then set up a javascript to calculate the totals. ...


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This site is using an open source vector graphics scripting framework called Paper.js: As you mentioned, a more in-depth discussion on how to achieve the effect you're looking for will be more suitable for the Stackoverflow Community since it will involve a fair amount of coding. Hope this helps!


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If you export to Interactive PDF, explicit URLs will be hyperlinked. Since it's a reference list with explicit URL, maybe you want to try that. If you want to create hyperlinks using the links panel, check that _destination_ field is "URL" but not "Shared destination". This might help: http://indesignsecrets.com/understanding-indesigns-hyperlink-...


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ok I just figured out this is indeed possible. What I would need to do is just create some element to serve as a page break and bookmark it. So when I make the "Next page" button I can just click "go to destination" and select the bookmark I want it to load to.


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You can do this with Fixed-Layout ePub (good on any device) or DPS (single edition, only on iPad), but not with Interactive PDF. There isn't a whole lot of animation available in the PDF format, and FXL ePub definitely looks set to become the more general standard, if only because it's based on HTML, CSS and javascript.


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