I am still learning Fuse – thanks to your help I have the hang of routers and most of the basic UX controls and Java ineraction.
I would like to have multiple states on a page. I am not clear on Layer=Background, IsEnabled=True as to when they matter and what they really do. I can make a code example if I need to but I could just a pointer on some good documentation or a video that really covers multiple states on a page.
The best example I see is StateAnimation.ux and it defines a stategroup and states in a file that make good sense, but I can’t when the stategroup or states every get told to do anything. I see there are Change commands to change to a particular state, but what actually activates a state.
I could use a simple example with two rectanges where one is enabled initially and then the other is enabled and the first one goes away when the second one appears in the same place as the first button. I can get that to work with just opacity, but when I make one of the buttons be a textinput I have not gotten that to work just by changing opacity which makes me think layers and enabling are needed.
As I said if this is too vague of a question I can crank out examples, but was hoping this would be good enough to provide some helpful dialog.